CGWorkshops: Rapid Character Development for online games

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Old 03 March 2013   #1
CGWorkshops: Rapid Character Development for online games



Online games like Diablo, World of Warcraft, Torchlight, and many casual titles can have different character art needs than a first person shooter or third person action-adventure game.

For a detailed course outline, go to CGWorkshops and have a read. You may also want to check out this video that John has put together as a preview of what you can expect from the course:

http://youtu.be/hJgkoAIOKjQ

In this 3 week workshop, John illustrates various industry techniques and tips to quickly create fun 3D characters for online games that will "pop" on screen.

Using programs such as Zbrush, Maya, and Photoshop, we will create a low-res character mesh to preview in the artist-friendly Unity game engine, used for many online and browser-based games.

"…the amount of content really exceeded my expectations. His excellent support on the forums, experience and critical eye made me advance in the right direction with my project. I would recommend this class to anyone interested in 3d game art." Roberto Fera, student - November 2012

This is a 'not to be missed' course so enrol today !
 
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