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Biomedical Art

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Biomedical Art Courses

Narrative Production I + II

Course No. ANIM 412-412A  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Kasumi

Students learn how to fully develop a narrative based concept for production. In this class, students will: 1. develop their ideas, 2. write a script based on those ideas, 3. deconstruct their script in order to fully understand their proposed piece, 4. rewrite their script, 5. produce, review and edit storyboards, and finally, 6. produce, review and edit an animatic based on their storyboards. This is a project based learning experience designed to help students develop narrative based work, and will be especially helpful for seniors doing BFA project development. Narrative Production I offered in fall.

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