Reg No: 200912099N
Reg from: 21st Aug. 2016 to 20th Aug. 2020
Award : Certificate of Participation
Duration: 36 hours
Course Schedule: 9 weeks / Every Saturday
• Designing a Character based on a story
• Understanding and Developing Poses for Characters
• Designing character emotions
• Create imaginative, convincing and believable characters through
• Spontaneous imagination and creativity.
Full Course Fee: $2,200 (Plus 7% GST)
After 90% IMDA Grant: $374 (Inc.GST)
After 70% IMDA Grant: $814 (Inc.GST)
IMDA Grant Breakdown (Valid for all SP & PR > 16 years old)
|IMDA GRANT||SELF SPONSORED||COMPANY SPONSORED|
|70% IMDA GRANT||All individuals between16 to 39 years||Non-SME Employees|
|90% IMDA GRANT||All individuals above 40 years||SME Employees|
NOTE: Media Freelancers will get $7.50 Allowance per hour
A unique learning experience combining academic leadership and first-hand experience from world-class educators.
Assistant Lecturer at MAGES Institute of Excellence
Diploma in Entertainment Design, MAGES Institute of Excellence
Zaki brings with him more than 18 years of experience in various creative industries, from illustration to animation. Zaki has been a valuable addition to various companies such as Scrawl Studios and Chip & Toons taking up the responsibility of Animation Director in both places. In addition to his illustrious career, Zaki has also been published 5 times – with his latest comic, Badang, being a historical comic based on the Second World War in Singapore. Zaki completed his formal education with MAGES Institute of Excellence, graduating with a Diploma in Entertainment Design.
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Animation,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Dominic is a Concept Designer/ Illustrator with 5 years of experience in conceptualising, designing and storyboarding. He heads his company Pen and Paper Studios with the intention of creating quality artworks that communicate as well as entertain. Some of Dominic’s clients include Grey Group, Shooting Gallery Asia, Tiny Island and MM2 Entertainment. Having worked with global and regional innovation managers for clients like Fonterra and Uber. Dominic has visualised new product concepts that could define the future. He has also storyboarded for SG50’sìTheatre of Dreams in the Future of Us exhibition as well as created visuals for the 2016 Health Promotion Board’s Chinese New Year animation. A supporter of community initiatives, Dominic works with Bold At Work – an innovative educational centre, to build resilience amongst youth by imparting design thinking skills. He has also partnered Presence Pictures, and created a curriculum for secondary schools which supports children learning to draw and encourages the development of spatial awareness.
The classes are really interesting. Our lecturer is the best lecturer I’ve ever had. No one has ever sat down and taught me how to paint like that. The lecturer not only taught us how to texture, he also taught us major skills like lighting and ambience. The hands-on approach at MAGES was a game changer for my art.