DMED 140 : Principles of Animation
This course focuses on the principles and history of animation. Students will review live action and animated examples, learning the mysteries of making an animated character come to life. Topics include animation history, animation principles and how the timeline in a graphics software program can give movement to individual frames. Students will focus on traditional animation principles and how they are effectively applied in digital animation environments. Additional topics include key-framing strategies, timing and visual rhythm.
ENG 22 or ENG 24 with a grade of C or better or equivalent
Program: Digital Media Production
Courses: Digital Media (DMED)