ARTG3611 Digital 3D Inorganic Studio 1
Credit Hours: 3 semester hours
Prerequisites: ARTG3601 Digital 3D Foundations Studio
This course will present the concepts and practical processes of developing inorganic structures and objects within a virtual 3-Dimensional environment.
Goals and Objectives
The goals of this course are as follows:
Expose students to creation of inorganic, hard-surface content for both interactive and a
Students who complete this course will be able to create inorganic and hard-surface objects within a virtual 3D environment, as evidenced by their completion of course projects and class discussion.
Students who complete this course will be able to understand and generate low resolution content appropriate for game and/or animation output, as evidenced by successful completion of course directives and reviews of materials.
Students who complete this course will be able to develop texture/material maps for generated virtual content, as evidenced by the successful completion of course work and its use in a scene.
Students who complete this course will be able to develop a lighting scheme for a virtual three-dimensional scene, as evidenced by the presentation of lighting schemes both in projects and in class reviews.
Sketchbook & Graph Paper
High Capacity USB Flash Drive (Minimum 32GB)
External Hard Drive for at home backup and storage (1TB or greater suggested)
Student should purchase a Wacom Tablet
Dropbox.com account for additional backup storage
Maya 2020 (available to students no charge, students.autodesk.com)
Adobe Substance Painter (available to students no charge, allegorithmic.com)
Webcam (for instances of remote instruction)
Broadband internet (for file transfer and for any issue where courses may be required to be remote)