After course completion, you can become part of the international gaming industry. Also, you could make a career in digital media such as film, TV, advertising & multimedia.
Popular job profiles:Concept Artist Animator Special Effects Artist User Interface Designer Sound Designer Environmental Artist/ Level Designer Modeller Lighting and Texturing Artist Rigger Junior Artist
The first module lays the foundation for learning the basics of design & development of games. Students will learn about the history of games, various game types, game terminologies & technologies, and hardware used in the industry.Sub-modules
Students learn the art of storytelling & visualizing a concept for game designing. Documenting a game idea, writing a game development & game design document, learning to pitch for your project - are all included. Students will create their own game idea, develop it into a story, make the storyboard, design the characters, props, weapons, levels, etc. and prepare the design & development document.Sub-modules
Students will do the pre-production (using Adobe Photoshop & Flash) for their own game idea and will submit & pitch the game design document prepared by them.Interested? Join GAD.
3D game production comprising modeling, texturing, rigging, lighting, animation of characters, props, weapons, levels, etc. based on the design done in the previous module. Students will be taught about FX used in games & sound designing.Sub-modules
Students learn to design interface of games, play testing, game optimization, etc. There will also be a session on game development.Sub-modules
Eligibility: 10+2 ( Arts / Science / Commerce ) / Undergraduates / People with a creative bent of mind.
Duration of this course is approximately 15 months. Classes are typically held for 2 hours a day for 5 days a week. (Fast-track course option also available.)
*Software & their versions may vary from centre to centre.