Developing environments for the entertainment industry (Film/Games) is one of the cornerstones of the concept artist work. Emphasis will be placed on “believability”, and some sort of grounding in familiarity. Additional topics include lighting, style, composition, and visual cues.
Students will learn to create quick thumbnails and develop a final piece that is suited for production needs.
Duration/Schedule:36Hrs Across 6 Tuesdays and Thursdays (7:30PM - 10:30PM)
Note:Customisation Available for Corporate Clients
Award:Certificate of Participation
Software Taught:Adobe Photoshop
Grants Available:SSG, PSEA, UTAP
Course Code :TGS-2021005857
Age: 16 years old and above Recommended for Media Professionals and Freelancers Open to both Singaporean & International Students (Including PR, Student Pass, Work Permit, S Pass & E Pass)
Full Program Fees: SGD 2,354
Singaporean 21 – 39Yrs or PR: SGD 1,254
Singaporeans above 40Yrs: SGD 814
SME Company-Sponsored: SGD 814
Self-sponsored students can use Skills Future Credit, PSEA, UTAP, and SEP. 75% attendance is mandatory to complete the program The student should submit and must pass the prescribed assessment (i.e. Practical Project) *For additional grant eligibility, please contact us.
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Digital art is a practice which uses digital technology as part of the creative or presentation process. Any art made for digital media such as animations, photographs, videos, digital paintings can be classified as digital art. A digital art class can help in creating environments for the entertainment industry. Through this digital art course students will learn to create quick thumbnails and develop a final piece that is suited for production with emphasis being on believability. The software being taught in the digital art course is Adobe Photoshop which will enable environment design and use of perspective and composition. They will also learn how to design a building using a 2-point perspective. Photo bashing techniques for environment production is the highlight of this course. At the end of 6 weeks, students will be able to create an imaginative, convincing and believable environment through spontaneous imagination and creativity.