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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
AN3D 2320
Class Description: 
Building on the skills and knowledge gained in 3D Computer Fundamentals, this intermediate-level course will focus on lighting techniques, materials creation and UVW mapping, including the integration of these practices with the storytelling aspect of filmmaking. The study of lighting theory is also applied as it relates to the synthetic animation environment. The student gains further practical experience with the software user interface, workflow pipeline, project management, and rendering. At the conclusion of the course, students will have produced refined 3D digital images that demonstrate their ability to create and manipulate lighting and textured surfaces in a 3D animation environment. (Formerly AN3D 2220) Prerequisites: AN3D 1210 3D Computer Fundamentals and AN 2270 Digital Painting for Film and Games