You don’t have to be a designer to enjoy a great video game, but you do have to be a talented designer to create your own. Computer Animation majors at DMAC with a Concentration in Game Art take their passion a step further by learning how to create the games that other people can only imagine.
Utilize the best of the industry to master key techniques.
DMAC’s faculty aren’t just teachers—they’re industry professionals with plenty of real-world experience. And while they’re committed to teaching core artistic and technical concepts, they also get to know students and mentor them directly in small classes. This helps each student ace key game art concepts as they learn:
- Character modeling
- Concept art
- Texturing for games
- Strategic planning
Create your game, your way.
Sketch out game concepts and create appealing, realistic characters. Then learn how to use industry standard technology to bring those concepts and characters to life. DMAC has all the tools and toys you need—including Unreal® Technology, which was used to create “Gears of War” and other major games.
Even the sky isn’t the limit.
When it comes to making your passion part of your daily career, options abound. With a variety of great careers to choose from in the digital arts, there are lots of ways to leverage a computer animation degree with DMAC to land the job you've always dreamed of.
Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) applicants are reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Students of all levels of skill and experience are encouraged to apply for admission. Applicants will be reviewed on the basis of prior knowledge and achievement, and potential for creative enhancement. Applicants who do not demonstrate adequate preparation for or potential to benefit from DMAC’s college-level programs may be denied admission. DMAC does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, religion or disability.
This school offers programs in:
Last updated October 23, 2017