Is there any university where i can study 3d modeling or animation?


#21

Hi Adam/Roku. In case you return here some day to read any additional replies, I wanted to give you my perspective:

  1. Getting a college degree, particularly an advanced one (like masters at least), usually helps with immigration in many countries.

  2. Learning about 3D and animation tools and software can be done anywhere on the internet and with books and videos, for free or very cheap.

  3. The most important thing to learn in order to work as a professional artist of any kind anywhere is just that, art!

  4. Given all the above and the fact that you’re in Czech where apparently university is free for your age, I would say that your best course of action would be to take any opportunity to learn about traditional arts. If you want to be a modeler, study drawing, painting, and sculpture. If you want to be an animator, study those same things but also add acting and dancing. Writing fiction also wouldn’t hurt. Get an advanced degree that covers these things, if you can. I can’t emphasize enough that these are the skills and abilities that will actually get you good jobs in this field.

  5. Don’t forget to study a little bit of computer tech in order to be proficient around them, as well as whatever you need to do to be proficient in the language(s) of the country(ies) where you may want to move.

  6. While you’re doing all this, download Blender for free and start learning the technical part (and some of the art part) of 3D animation for free!

Good luck!


#22

I’m not sure that there are such universities, but there should definitely be courses.


#23

University of udemy.


#24

Thank you so much, I am looking for it too


#25

You need to point out what country and city you are in.

Maybe look if there is a Lucasfilm training centre.

in the UK maybe look into Bournmouth university or the national film school.

Hertfordshire university in the uk has a special effects department dont know about a 3d modelling and animation one.

Not sure if lucasfilm trains in san francisco america. look up them

What you need is to filnd out from would be employers who they would get their recruits from or interns from and look at job adverts to see what they want.

Including portfolios and make sure any portfolio is ready to go from summer holidays to apply for internships at the beginning of a second year.


#26

You should consider going to a conference and talking directly to representatives from Blizzard and other game companies. FMX Junior Day in Germany (free day for students), View Conference in Italy, THU in Malta $$$ are a few good options for learning a lot.


#27

they look for “playful imagination coupled with a high degree of artistic skill” meaning learning and thinking by yourself your own tricks besides commercial recurrent patterns are supposed to allow you to candidate.
as far as noticeable, blizzard 3d is not ultimate.

ultimate 3d industry scans sceneries : motion capture, performance capture, model scanning, hd photographic mapping.

artistic skills are not needed, this is technical workflow with repetitive processes like any factory.

they do not even look for artists, they mainly hire developers :
https://careers.blizzard.com/en-us/openings


#28

useful link for blizzterns :
https://careers.blizzard.com/en-us/students/internships

from scratch to retail.


#29

The best University for 3D modeling or animation which i know is Emerson College, they provide best knowledge in class and also provide guideline for home based practices