Undergraduate Media Arts and Game Developmnt
2014 Summer Term
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INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA ARTS AND GAME DEVELOPMENT
Media Arts and Game Developmnt 150
This interdisciplinary course provides an overview of the multimedia industry. Special attention is given to the study of multimedia applications, approaches, and related industry, policy, ethical and impact issues.
VISUAL DESIGN FOR DIGITAL MEDIA
Media Arts and Game Developmnt 210
This course introduces students to 2 dimensional design vocabulary with practice through a raster based visual imaging application - Photoshop. This course provides techincal proficiency in image making and introduces the relationship of raster design to other media such as Dreamweaver, Flash, InDesign, etc. Visual organization principles/strategies, color theory and management, pixel-based character development and animation concepts will also be addressed.
DRAWING FOR DIGITAL MEDIA
Media Arts and Game Developmnt 220
This course is designed to help students develop drawing skills including technical drawing for 2D and 3D animation. The course content will include creation of cartoon drawings, study of realistic drawing, study of environmental drawing for cartoon stories. The major software covered in this class will be Adobe Illustrator.