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NEWM-N 364 Directing Visual Narratives

3 credits

Prerequisties: NEWM N253

This course introduces principles of animation, derived from acting techniques, to arouse empathy and appeal for characters. Students experiment with how a character should react to objects, environments, and other characters to convey its thoughts, emotions, personality, and aspirations. Students create expressive poses to visualize an effective performance.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand how to create empathy for 2D and 3D character through their performances.
  • Design and implement nonverbal and verbal cues within a digital character.
  • Integrate believable, appealing, and entertaining animations for use in films, games, and virtual environments.
  • Analyze critically acting in film, animations, and peer work.

Course Delivery

  • On-Campus

Course Schedule

This course is not being offered this semester.

Syllabi