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:36Hrs Across 6 Weeks
Schedule:3Hrs Class Every Tuesdays and Thursdays (Customization Available)
Award:Certificate of Participation
Software Taught:Adobe Photoshop
Grants Available:SSG, PSEA, UTAP
Course Code :TGS-2021005857
Mohd Zaki Bin Ragman
Understanding Environment Design and use of perspective and composition.
Pipeline for Creating a Concept Environment
Creating One, two- and three-Point Perspective
Understanding and creating elements of an Environment
Creating and Texturing Rocks – Material Study (Different Examples can be also shown Like Simple Props – Woods, Trees, concrete, rocks, and metal structure)
Designing a building using a 2-point perspective
How Environment affects the architecture of design.
Basic rules of composition silhouette practicing and understanding shape
The understanding color balance between warm and cold
Creating Keyplates for Environment Production
Lighting in perspective and visual placement- Day & Night
Photo bashing Techniques for Environment Production
Investigate and Explore different themes and styles for Environment Design
Create an imaginative, convincing, and believable Environment through spontaneous imagination and creativity with a sense of drama
Understand and use linear and empirical perspective
Learn characteristics of the composition
Mar 2022May 2022
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 < 40Yrs & PR: SGD 1,254
Singaporeans > 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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