Teresa Dey

Teresa Dey

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DeAnza College

Introduction to 3D Computer Animation: Modeling ( FTV 71G )

Techniques of three-dimensional model creation as applied to objects, characters and environments. Principles of modeling, surface mapping, lighting and rendering with application to 3D computer animation.

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Introduction to 3D Computer Animation: Character Motion ( FTV 71H )

Techniques of three-dimensional animation as applied to objects and characters. Application of classic animation principles of movement and timing to 3D computer animation.

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Principles of Animation: 2D Media ( FTV 69A )

Techniques of two-dimensional animation, as applied to traditional drawing methods. Principles of movement, timing, weight, anticipation and exaggeration with application to both digital and hand-drawn animation.

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Animated Film Pre-Production Workshop ( FTV 72G )

Development of the initial concept stages of a short personal film in any style of animation, e.g. drawn, puppet or computer, that can be used as a demo reel in a professional portfolio. Creation of storyboards, set designs, character models, voice tracks and animatics.

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The Storyboard and Visual Development for Animation ( FTV 70A )

Techniques of animation pre-production as applied to visual story development, character design, storyboards, environment and prop design. Principles of cinematic design, model sheets, and spatial environment depth with application to both digital and traditional drawn visual development techniques.

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History of Animation (1900 - Present) ( FTV 75G )

An international survey of the historical development of the animated film, from its origins to a contemporary art form, with emphasis on the contributions of Fleischer, Disney, Warner Bros., Zegreb, Studio Ghibli, and National Film Board of Canada, as well as many important independent artists; an investigation of the aesthetic, technological, economic, and social factors that contributed to the form; an examination of the value systems reflected in and shaped by works from diverse cultures.

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Animated Film Production Workshop ( FTV 72H )

Execution of the principal production stages of a short personal film in any style of animation, e.g. drawn, puppet or computer, that can be used as a demo reel in a professional portfolio. Creation of character and effects animation, models for sets and props, and, if needed, synchronized musical cues.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Animated Film Post-Production Workshop ( FTV 72J )

Creation of the final production stages of a short personal film in any style of animation, e.g. drawn, puppet or computer, that can be used as a demo reel in a professional portfolio. Completion of character animation. Editing and compositing of picture tracks, sound effects and musical score. Investigation of career options and marketing strategies as they pertain to each student’s project. Formulation of portfolios and demo reels.

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