Catkin – University of Hertfordshire Digital Animation Programme


University of Hertfordshire Digital Animation Programme

3D, 2D, VFX and Games Art – Bachelor of Arts

Work created by the BA VFX, 3D Animation and Games Art pathways.

(Click below to find out official information)

BA (Hons) 2D Digital Animation | herts.ac.uk/courses/2d-ani

BA (Hons) Games Art | herts.ac.uk/courses/3d-gam

BA (Hons) 3D Digital Animation | herts.ac.uk/courses/3d-com

BA (Hons) Visual Effects | herts.ac.uk/courses/visual

BSc (Hons) Music Composition and Technology for Film and Games,
herts.ac.uk/courses/music-composition-and-technology-for-film-and-games

The digital animation programme equips students with the high level of skills needed to succeed in today’s animation industry. It emphasizes creativity, character design, story, cinematography, VFX and compositing 3D and Games Art; all channelled through the advanced software skills needed to achieve inventive and engaging animation. These programmes develop digital modelling and character animation skills, virtual lighting and virtual camera work, exposing students to the latest professional 3D animation practices. The students create short animated final films or fully playable games levels. Employment opportunities include computer animation companies, work with games, TV and film special effects companies. Our graduated students have worked and freelanced with some of the world’s best known production and post production houses.

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