ANI 205 - Character and Production Design3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
Explore literary and dramatic interpretation as a means to create narrative art direction as well as character designs for graphic novels, children’s books, and animation. Use of organic shapes to construct characters is explored. Character development including backstory, poses, color, and research to enhance and change character are emphasized. Visual development techniques of backgrounds, composition, color, style, and lighting are also presented. Open to non-majors.
Usually offered in the Fall semester
Pre-Requisites: ART 138 and permission from instructor
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