Course overview Course overview
Dream up believable creatures
This course will teach you how to design your own creatures by using Earth’s animals as a guideline. Nature is a powerful tool when sketching ideas and Creature Design for Film and Games will show you just how to use real life references in your creations. We will begin with rough and quick sketching to generate ideas and then slowly refine these ideas into a polished portfolio piece. Students will learn how to design creatures using basic forms, how to really see the design and function of the creature, and the importance of anatomy.
Creature Design for Film and Games WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
The more you know, the better.
Igniting your imagination
Lectures by Bobby Rebholz
"Freelance Concept Artist" Bobby is a freelance concept artist working in the games and television industry. Upon being a visual arts teacher for over seven years while teaching fundamental and industrial design drawing, Bobby has worked with such clients as 3D Total, Subterranean Games, and Mission Control Media where he helped the design process of the characters and creatures for the television show Face Off. Bobby is now a freelance concept artist for FableLabs.
Creature Design for Film and Games Student gallery
summer TERM Registration
May 6, 2019 - Jul 22, 2019
Laurie M. Satizabal / Winter 2017
Bobby was a terrific professor, I will definitely take his class again!
Rosemary Chalmers / Summer 2017
Bobby was very thorough and constructive with his feedback. He was also very encouraging.
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What makes this learning experience unique?
Receive personal individual feedback on all submitted assignments from the industries best artist.
1+ Year Access
Enjoy over 365 days of full course access. This includes all lectures, feedback, and Live Q&A recordings.
Certificate of Completion
Earn a Certificate of Completion when you complete and turn in 80% of course assignments.
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