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Conquer the digital art medium
This course is an introduction to digital painting and color composition for film and animation. With an emphasis on studying the works of old masters, students will discover the process of how to deconstruct the picture plane through film studies, reproductions of master works, and the widely used—but often understated—industry-standard technique of 'Photobashing.' Course work will cover color theory, perspective, and the use of brushes & textures in Photoshop (this includes: creating images of characters, props, or vehicles using photo overlays in Photoshop).
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The more you know, the better.
Unleashing your creativity
Lectures by David Merritt
Hueala Teodor was born and raised in Romania, where he studied graphics at the Fine Arts University. His career started in the mobile game industry in 2012, doing freelance until 2013 when he got his first in-house job at a mobile game company. During this time period he worked on various projects including board games, comics, and doing gallery presentation shows. In 2016 he switched from mobile games to the AAA game industry by joining Ubisoft. In 2017 Teodor went back to freelance and he has artwork published in 2D Artist Magazine and Faith Series from Burning Games.
Digital Painting Student gallery
May 14th - July 23rd
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Danny Sousa / Summer 2017
- I think he's a pretty amazing teacher. He is super knowledgeable and professional. I'm going to miss getting art critiques from him every week haha
Sonal Rai/ Summer 2017
His way of teaching is just awesome and in future I would love to learn more from him.It is so simple to understand such big things in a simple way.
Javier Lopez / Fall 2017
David is a great teacher! I really enjoyed learning digital painting with him. It was my first time also using color and his lectures and assignments made it really fun. His feedback was also always really on point and he is really kind on the Q&As
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