Game Art Pipeline
Due to COVID-19, Spring in-class sections will be conducted online. Please contact your instructor for more information.
This course is an overview of the game Technical Artist's job, from production to infrastructure roles. Students learn how to design, optimize, and troubleshoot the game art production pipeline. They study a range of game art technologies from particle effects, camera post-processing, physically-based materials, advanced lighting, procedural world creation and more in the Unity game engine. Projects include building a shared game project using Perforce (source control) workflow, analyzing game performance, building and troubleshooting character rigs, and more.
ANI 230 and ANI 231 are prerequisites for this class.