Intro to 3D Animation

This introductory short course has been designed to develop skills and knowledge in 3D animation using Autodesk Maya, the most widely used 3D animation software used in the games, visual effects and simulation industries. At the end of the course you will have a completed short animation sequence using your own modelled and animated 3D assets.

This short course will provide you with a portfolio piece which will help establish or enhance your portfolio of work for entry into our Career Courses.

Topics

  • 3D Modelling in Maya
  • Introduction to Animation
  • Introduction to Lighting
  • Introduction to Rendering

Course Fees and Start Dates

Please see course start dates and associated fees below.

  • Commencing 17th Aug 2020
  • 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Mon session
  • This course is only delivered ONLINE
  • Half Semester (8 weeks)
  • Full Fee: $250
  • Year 10, 11 and 12: $250

Courses fees include a non-refundable enrolment fee ($65).

The minimum computer specifications that we recommend for Certificate courses are:

  • i5 microprocessor
  • 8 GB ram
  • This is a 100% online delivered course so there is a reasonable bandwidth speed required (512kbps minimum recommended) and downloads may vary from 60MB – 100MB per week for classes. An initial download of the software will be needed and this is around 4GB.
  • Headset with microphone

The minimum suggested computer specifications are:

  • i7 microprocessor
  • 8 GB ram
  • 6 series NVidia graphics card
  • This is a 100% online delivered course so there is a reasonable bandwidth speed required (512kbps minimum recommended) and downloads may vary from 60MB – 100MB per week for classes. An initial download of the software will be needed and this is around 4GB.
  • Headset with microphone

If your current computer meets these specifications, you will be able to install and run the software required for your course.

Students will need the following software to successfully complete the course:

  • Autodesk Maya - Autodesk
  • Web browser such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox

Students will also need an internet connection, preferably broadband for streaming live discussions, collaboration and downloads.