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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
AN2D 2210
Class Description: 
This class requires a solid understanding of human and animal anatomy and behavior. Within the course, students work in a life drawing studio environment and participate in field trips focused on the outdoor lab, character model building and sculpture. Simplified drawing technique is examined, along with character behavior as it applies to “moving drawings,” with an emphasis on mass, volume, structure, and design. By the end of the course, students have learned the value of solid character structure, how to create drawings that convey emotion and how to more effectively create key poses and realistic facial and body expressions. 2D Animation majors who are enrolled in this course must also register for AN2000 Animation Sophomore/Junior Portfolio Review, and will conduct their portfolio reviews during this course meeting time. (Formerly AN 2360) Prerequisites: AN 1230 Fundamentals of Animation