Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Digital Art & Animation)

Jobs and Skills WA: Digital design courses
Get excited about a career in digital arts!

This course will build your animation and games art skills to boost your career in this exciting industry and open up new job opportunities! You'll gain high-end practical skills in concept art, 3-D modelling, animation and special effects; and develop creative abilities in concept art and visual development, cinematography, 2-D and 3-D character animation and short film production using the latest industry software and equipment.

After completing this course you'll be equipped to be competitive in the global market, using the same software and work practices employed by top animation, VFX and games studios all over the world. You'll also have the opportunity to use this qualification as a pathway into bachelor degree-level study at university. 

 

Industry: Creative Industries
National course code: CUA60620 | WA State ID: AC84

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This Advanced Diploma qualification is art-focussed and provides you with high-end practical skills in concept art, 3D modelling, animation and rigging. Classes cover concept design and pre-viz to modelling, rigging, texturing, and 2D and 3D animation. By the end of the course you will have created a showreel of work, and a short animated film.

After completing this course you'll be equipped to be competitive in the global market, using the same software and work practices employed by top animation, VFX and games studios all over the world.


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