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CGMA – The Art Of Color And Light

CGMA – The Art Of Color And LightThe Art Of Color And Light

 

The Art of Color and Light is an exploration in the properties of color and light under a variety of conditions. This is an essential stage in concept art that develops mood and communicates the narrative of the story by means of visual cues. (Course outline for each instructor may be different; for specific outline information, please select the instructor and click on “Request Syllabus” below.)

COURSE FORMAT: Standard

LECTURE TYPE: Pre-recorded

FEEDBACK: Individual recordings

DURATION: 8 weeks

ASSIGNMENT: Due each week. Expect to spend 8-10 hrs/wk viewing lectures, q&a, and time on assignments.

Q&A: Once a week

MATERIALS: Photoshop (or equivalent), Wacom tablet or equivalent

SKILLS LEVEL: Intermediate

PREREQUISITES: Good drawing foundations and Digital Painting course

  • Week 1 | The Importance of Values, Part 1: Designing a Picture
  • Week 2 | The Importance of Values, Part 2: Painting Form
  • Week 3 | Color Temperature
  • Week 4 | Color Keys
  • Week 5 | Concept Art, Part 1: Planning
  • Week 6 | Concept Art, Part 2: Planning
  • Week 7 | Materials & Mark-Making
  • Week 8 | Master Study (with a Twist)

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