ANIM 106 Animation: Quadrupeds and Effects




Students will be introduced to more complex character animation involving quadrupeds and effects animation. Animal anatomy and movement including walks, runs and jumps will be practiced with an emphasis on acting and composition in a three-dimensional space. An introduction to effects animation will study how the laws of physics pertain to the movement of smoke, fire, water and other natural phenomena.


ANIM 116 and 117

Course Outlines

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