Through this course, you'll be job ready for a career exploring new worlds through the exciting industry of game art and design. Game artists design and build the digital environments, characters and props for games and work in a highly creative environment.
You'll be able to develop creative abilities in concept art, storyboarding and visual development; 3-D character development and modelling; texturing and game design; and create simulations, game environments and props using the latest industry standard software and equipment. Completion of this course may also offer advanced standing and/or a pathway for bachelor degree-level study at university.
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Let your artistic skills take you to the next level
Game artists build the environments, characters and the vehicles/props for games.
As well as providing hands-on artistic and technical training in game art, this Advanced Diploma delves into designing games and scripting game interactions. You'll benefit from our strong industry connections and have the opportunity to showcase your work to many of the largest studios in Perth at the end of year Expo. By the end of this course you'll have created a showreel of work and produced a game of your own.
You will be equipped to be competitive in the global market, using the same software and work practices employed by top games and animation studios all over the world.
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