20 credits at level HE5
In this module you will be developing a wide range of skills in a 3D modelling development environment. You will be creating rendered animations using advanced features such as particle systems and also developing skills such as cinematography, lighting and keyframe animation.
You will also learn about creating assets for games engines, how to model, map and texture them and then how to import them for use in the game.
Importing / Exporting 3D Assets into Game
This module is pracically based and students will be expected to explore the technology by using it. Students will develop their work through critique from both their peers and module lecturer.
when you have successfully completed this module you will:
to demonstrate that you have achieved the learning outcome you will:
|1.||K2 Demonstrate the appropriate selection and use of tools for the production of games||Show an appreciation of the role of the different technologies involved|
|2.||C5 Demonstrate creativity in the production of resources for games||Produce assets as required by assignment briefs|
|3.||S2 Produce design documents||Produce supporting documentation for your assignments|
|4.||O1 Create and manage projects and schedules||Produce supporting documentation for your assignments|
|5.||O5 Work productively in a studio-based environment, demonstrating reflective learning and an ability to discuss and present experiences and elements of work||Develop your work in response to critique|
Your achievement of the learning outcomes for this module will be tested as follows:
|Description||A series of artefacts for a module portfolio|
Before taking this module you must have successfully completed the following:
No restrictions apply.
3ds Max 9 Bible by Kelly L. Murdock 2007 - Wiley Publishing Inc
Zettl H., 1999, Sight, Sound, Motion: Applied Media Aesthetics, Wadsworth Publishing Compnay
CGTalk, www.cgtalk.com, Jelsoft Enterprises
AutoDesk, http://area.autodesk.com/, AutoDesk
|Host Subject Group:||Games|
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