This course is a continuation of studies in drawn and digitally produced animation introduced in Animation I. Concepts and skills related to timing, rhythm and motion are further developed through projects designed to build proficiency in technical aspects of animation while challenging students' imagination in the development of a personal aesthetic. An emphasis will be placed on narrative and/or conceptual content and solid craftsmanship in execution. Topics in animation history and professional working methods will be explored, with relevant screenings of complete shorts and/or excerpts of feature-length commercial and independent animation presented for evaluation and discussion. This course is subject to a course fee.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|ART 238 - Animation I|
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