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Norway, officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a Scandinavian unitary constitutional monarchy whose territory comprises the western portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula, Jan Mayen, the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard and the subantarctic Bouvet Island. Higher education in Norway is offered by a range of seven universities.

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3D Design and Animation

Noroff Online Studies
Online Full time 1 year August 2017 Norway Kristiansand Oslo Bergen Sandnes + 3 more

This course is the foundation for our creative, technical and innovative 3D studies. 3D envisions images of future products, brings life to imagination, creates lifelike simulations, and special effects in games and movies... [+]

Online Courses in Norway 2017. This course is the foundation for our creative, technical and innovative 3D studies. 3D envisions images of future products, brings life to imagination, creates lifelike simulations, and special effects in games and movies. A world full of possibilities 3D design is a craft that can be compared to painting and drawing. Where the painter uses canvases, brushes and paint, the 3D designer uses custom made software and computing power to create their images. 3D images can have a variety of different purposes. They can be used to create images of the impossible, give life to fantasies, lifelike simulations and creating illusions and special effects in movies. Regardless of what the products are intended for, the steps in the creation process are the same. When you create an image, you must transfer the design to the canvas. This is challenging and requires the ability to observe; to notice how things really look like. Beacause of this we work with observational drawings throughout the program. Modeling 3D characters A 3D designer is also a sculptor, but rather than working with clay or metal, we use digital tools for modeling. When modeling 3D, we "build" a model out of different types of objects in the software, and we manipulate and give them shapes. The objects in question can be furniture, glass, interior, exterior, houses, people or fantasy characters. How real these models look depends on how well we manage to observe the real object, and our ability to... [-]