If you have ever played a video game and been drawn in by the immersiveness of the environment art or marvelled at the imagination of the characters or creatures, the BA (Hons) Games Art course may be for you. Teaching you on industry-standard hardware and software, this course will advance your creative and artistic skills with opportunities to work collaboratively with game designers, animators and VFX artists to create Blueprint games. Working alone, in teams or in industry-focused charrettes, you will develop the digital toolset, creative invention and contextual knowledge to bring your visual imagination to life. You will graduate with an industry-ready reel demonstrating your invention and artistic prowess. Modules include: Introduction to 3D Digital Art Progressing Games Art Games Studio Games Entrepreneurship Game Production Graduates will be prepared for a broad range of careers in games art. This could include roles such as character artist, 3D modeller, environment artist, concept artist, storyboard artist and 3D LookDev artist. Facilities We’re committed to helping you explore, expand and refine your craft, as you discover new creative horizons with some truly great tools, equipment and workspaces. Visit our facilities hub at www.ntu.ac.uk/artfacilities to find out more. We are also proud to be launching the new Design & Digital Arts building to prepare our graduates for success in professional, technical and commercial careers in the growing cultural and creative industries. This landmark building will place Nottingham as a UK hub for film, television, animation, UX design, games design, graphic design and more. Facilities include: Collaborative studio spaces for each discipline Digital Innovation Lab and VR/Mixed Reality Studio Exhibition spaces TV and Film Studio Black Box studio Film Production editing suites Screen printing room Sound studios Stop Motion Studio Café
How to apply
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Points of entry
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Fees and funding
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