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Los Medanos College

Animation and 3D Modeling ( ART-086 )

An augmented knowledge of modeling and animation will prepare you for a career in gaming and/or film. We?ll cover digital concepts using MAYA, the industry standard 3D animation package, allowing you to gain knowledge, insight, and working experience in the accelerated world of 3D. You will also learn the fundamentals of building a short film video game. SC

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Santa Ana College

Introduction to Art Concepts ( ART-100 )

A study of the visual arts in relation to both personal and cultural expressions. Fundamentals of visual organization, color theory, terminology, historical art movements and concepts will be studied. Required for art majors.

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Santa Ana College

History of Animation ( Art-107 )

Critical and historical survey of animation as a form of communication and cultural expression, from prehistoric origins to present digital formats. Animation history is studied in relation to the background for its creation in contemporary culture and society including the U.S.A., Europe, and Japan. Students analyze and evaluate a large cross-section of animated works.

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Santa Monica College

Design I ( Art-10A )

This is an introductory course in the theory and application of the elements of 2-D design. Assignments will focus on the following design principles: line, value, form, scale, light, logic, space, depth, texture, pattern, composition and color theory. This course is required for all art majors.

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Santa Monica College

Design II ( Art-10B )

This course is a continuation of the study of the fundamentals of design with special emphasis on thought and design concepts with portfolio oriented projects and an introduction to 3-D design. Required for art majors.

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Santa Barbara City College

Fundamentals of Drawing ( Art-120 )

Basic principles of drawing with emphasis on gesture, contour, value, perspective and rendering.

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Santa Barbara City College

Intermediate Drawing ( Art-121 )

Study of formal and conceptual problems related to intermediate level drawing. Art criticism, theory, abstraction and contemporary concerns will be introduced. Primarily black and white media will be employed, with an introduction to color media.

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Santa Barbara City College

Figure and Portrait Drawing ( Art-123 )

Basic course in drawing the figure, supported by study of artistic anatomy; emphasis on drawing as information-gathering; use of black and white media.

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Ohlone College

Beginning Digital Photography ( ART-139A )



   

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Ohlone College

Computer Graphics I ( ART-160A )



   

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San Bernardino Valley College

Digital Photography ( ART-161 )

This introductory course focuses on photography as a creative medium. Emphasis in the course is on the creative skills required to make effective images using digital cameras and computer software. Students will supply their own camera.

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Ohlone College

Digital Graphics I ( ART-161A )



   

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Grossmont College

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL ART ( ART-171 )



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Grossmont College

DIGITAL IMAGING AND ART ( ART-175 )



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Grossmont College

DRAWING FOR ANIMATION ( ART-184 )



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Sierra College

Beginning Digital Photography ( ART-201A )



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Sierra College

Computer Graphics I ( ART-205A )

Fundamentals of digital color correction for moving and still imagery to enhance mood, continuity and story. Appropriate for editors, motion graphic artists and cinematographers. Covers color theory and primary/secondary correction in a variety of software. Current industry trends and styles discussed.

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Sierra College

Digital Graphics I ( ART-205B )

This course is a continuation of the study of the fundamentals of design with special emphasis on thought and design concepts with portfolio oriented projects and an introduction to 3-D design. Required for art majors.

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Mendocino College

INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY ( ART-282 )



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Sierra College

Introduction to Digital Media ( ART-301 )

Advanced concepts and production skills specific to creating music videos, commercials and corporate/industrial video, from conceptualization through post-production. Protocols, history, conventions and trends in each area are discussed. Students work collaboratively to conceive, develop and produce three representative projects.

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Clovis Community College

Computer Animation ( ART-42 )

This course is an introduction to 3D computer animation and modeling on the computer. Projects such as creating 3D still images and 3D animations will be assigned. ADVISORIES: Eligibility for English 125, 126, and Mathematics 201.

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Clovis Community College

Digital Video Editing ( ART-44 )

This course is an introduction to digital video editing on the computer. Topics such as modern film theory, film treatments, framing shots, timing and transitions, and other pre- and post-production skills are also covered. ADVISORIES: Eligibility for English 125, 126, and Mathematics 201.

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Riverside City College

Advanced Animation Principles ( ART-44C )

Advanced animation principles with emphasis on portfolio-ready traditional animation and experimental animation methods. Developed traditional methods such as flip books, storyboards, sequential drawings, layout design, character design, and concept development will be continued.

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Hartnell College

INTRODUCTION TO 3D DIGITAL ANIMATION ( ART-76 )



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Solano Community College

Introduction to Digital Design ( ARTD 004 )

Introduction to digital tools used for the theory, practice and production of graphic design. Principles of color, resolution, pixels, vectors, image enhancement, layout, visual hierarchy, and typography. Emphasis on creating content for industry standards, including compliance with print and web specifications, and professional practices for presentation and communication skills.

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Solano Community College

Design Bootcamp ( ARTD 144A )

An accelerated, in-depth course that covers the principles, practices and digital production of visual design. Topics covered include visual hierarchy, color, typography, composition, color theory, ideation, and professional practices within the industry.

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Palomar College

Digital Concepts and Techniques in Art ( ARTD 150 )

An overview of vector based and pixel based computer applications, and how they are used in a creative environment. Understanding of the underlying logic of computer software will be taught with an emphasis on the role of the computer in all forms of modern art-making. Students will learn how to use the computer as a tool effectively while developing their own method of creating digital artwork. Cross-platform issues will be addressed, as well as file preparation for various output media.

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Palomar College

Motion Design ( ARTD 150 )

An introduction to the concepts and techniques of animation and multimedia for personal computers using After Effects. Emphasis will be placed on the role of the artist and in the development process and as a key link in determining the success of the final project.

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Diablo Valley College

Introduction to Digital Imaging - ( ARTDM-105 )

Note: This course is equivalent to ARTDM-110 and ARTDM-111 combined. Credit by examination option available

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Diablo Valley College

Digital Imaging for the Artist - ( ARTDM-112 )

Recom: ART-105 or equivalent; eligibility for ENGL-116/118 or equivalent

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Diablo Valley College

Digital Illustration ( ARTDM-117 )

Note: Students may petition to repeat this course when software or hardware is changed. Only the first course completed will be applied toward a degree or certificate requirement. Units for both courses will apply towards the 60 units required for the degree.

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Diablo Valley College

Introduction to Digital Audio ( ARTDM-130 )

Note: Online course. Meet also on Saturdays, 2/2, 2/9, 2/23, 3/9, and 3/23, from 10-11:50 am, in A 303. Go to www.dvc.edu/online for course access information.

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Diablo Valley College

Introduction to Digital Photography ( ARTDM-136 )

Note: Students must have digital camera with manual functions. Note: Mandatory materials fee required 3609 TTH 12:45-3:55pm A-303

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Diablo Valley College

Motion Graphics ( ARTDM-149 )



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Diablo Valley College

Fundamentals of Digital Video ( ARTDM-160 )

Note: Premiere Pro software used

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Diablo Valley College

3D Modeling and Animation ( ARTDM-161 )



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Diablo Valley College

3D Modeling and Animation II ( ARTDM-165 )



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Diablo Valley College

Cartoon Drawing for Digital Animation ( ARTDM-166 )



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Diablo Valley College

Intermediate Cartoon Drawing for Digital Animation ( ARTDM-171 )



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Diablo Valley College

Introduction to Game Design ( ARTDM-190 )



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Diablo Valley College

Intermediate Game Design ( ARTDM-191 )



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Diablo Valley College

Digital Media Projects ( ARTDM-191 )



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Diablo Valley College

Digital Media Portfolio Development ( ARTDM-191 )



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Monterey Peninsula College

COMPUTERS/GRAPHIC ARTS ( ARTG 10 )



   

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Monterey Peninsula College

INTRO TO PHOTOSHOP ( ARTG 11 )



   

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Monterey Peninsula College

PAGE LAYOUT/TYPOGRAPHY ( ARTG 12 )



   

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Monterey Peninsula College

GRAPHIC DESIGN: IMAGES ( ARTG 15 )



   

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Sacramento City College

History of Photography ( ARTH 420 )

This course introduces students to the history of photography, focusing on work of the 20th century. Early photographers in the 19th century are also studied, as well as 21st century trends. The cultural impact of photography on society and the influence of photography on other visual media are also discussed.

   

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Folsom Lake College

Digital Basics for Art New Media ( ARTNM 302 )

This course is an introduction to the digital environment for Art New Media. Topics include operating system(s), digital vocabulary, scanning, saving, and file formats. Distinctions between vector, bitmap, and page layout applications are made using Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe InDesign.

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Folsom Lake College

Digital Design ( ARTNM 324 )

This course is an introduction to fundamental design principles using the basic tools of Adobe Illustrator. Design skills and the tools of the software application are applied to produce individual portfolio quality projects.

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