Learn to create art for the film, video game and animation industries.
Concept art can be defined as a form of illustration that is used to convey an idea before it is put into final production. It is not only used to design the objects, characters, vehicles and environments that feature in these productions, but the skills often extend into standalone illustration.
Techniques covered in this course are basic conceptualisation skills, perspective, drawing, anatomy and digital painting. A large portion of the course is devoted to working in Photoshop and mastering digital painting techniques, from the fundamentals such as basic form construction and texturing to more complex ideas like working with color and light. Students will use graphic tablets to do class exercises to build up a solid set of fundamentals and then apply these skills in exercises designing objects, characters and environments. Students are taught different workflows for completing concept art including drawing based workflows, designing with silhouettes, incorporating photo textures and overpainting.
This evening class is for the visually inclined. It is for anyone that would like to develop the visual awareness, imagination and technical skills to help them visualise and render ideas. It is for anyone that has marveled at digital art and now wants to take steps in creating their own.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
This short course is packed with theoretical and practical training that includes:
Getting the Foundations
WHAT ARE THE COURSE REQUIREMENTS?
What Are The Course Requirements?
In order to join this course it’s essential that you have knowledge of, and experience with Adobe Photoshop.
HOW MUCH DOES THE COURSE COST?
How Much Does The Course Cost?
Cost includes VAT and a 2GB Flashstick.
Friends of Design Full Time students will also receive a 30% discount.
WHAT DO YOU RECEIVE AT THE END OF THE COURSE?
What Do You Receive At The End Of The Course?
You will receive a Friends of Design Certificate of Completion showing the Apple and Adobe logos, as well as your details and the details of the course you completed.