Game Arts

  • Game Arts

Qualifications

Overview

A strong art style is at the core of what makes a video game compelling and stand out from other titles. Game Arts focuses on the things you see while playing video games — from believable environments through to relatable characters.

Game Arts studies includes learning conceptual art design for world-building and characters, as well as technical skills in designing environments, rendering cutscenes, digital sculpting, minority representation in games, and more.

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Digital Screen Campus

Email screencampus@canterbury.ac.nz

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