Awarded by: The Open University
The BA (Hons) Top Up in 3D Character for Games utilises a range of specialist modules. Contextual and critical studies will inform and underpin your design development and design principles. Professional modules will enable you to develop your time management and organisational skills in character creation, development, sculpting and digital illustration. The Degree is focused on skills and portfolio creation to prepare you for employment or self employment.
Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)
The early stages of the programme will embed practical skills in character design, illustration, animation and analytical skills into the delivery strategy with theoretical exploration underpinning all technical elements, preparing you for the self-directed Final Project in the third year. As it is anticipated that a large proportion of graduating students will obtain work in the freelance or self-employment areas, there will be a strong emphasis on supporting business and professional skills through the Entrepreneur Society. You will gain first-hand experience of what it takes to design successful game characters and illustrations to enable you to graduate with a portfolio demonstrating your technical skill and creative talent.
The programme is assessed through the submission of written essays, blogs and a series of project based practical assessments, a final project and the submission of a dissertation. Formative feedback will support student progression in both written work and technical outcomes. Self and peer assessment in critique situations will be an essential element of all projects and the feedback from these will enhance student achievement and progression.
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