DIG2430C - Digital Story Development for Film Animation (AS)
3 credits (2 lecture hours, 2 lab hours)
This course teaches the foundations of film animation creation including storytelling, screenwriting, storyboarding, and conceptualizing. Specific areas include layout, charts, storyboarding, environment illustrations, character design, and model sheets. Other topics covered in this course include beat outlining and concept pitching. Students create non-linear and interactive story structures and read supporting materials, view media for discussion, create and pitch story concepts, and develop a final screenplay. The course introduces several software applications for the creation of concept art, storyboards, and screenwriting.
Corequisite: FIL2100 (with a grade of C or higher)