Discover the courses designed to get you started in game development, 3D animation and visual effects at the AIE Open Day. Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra campuses will be opening their doors to visitors eager to find out about full-time and part-time courses.
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Character created by second year Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development - Specialising in Game Art and Design.
Sculpted in ZBrush over 2 days.
To find out how you can start your career as a character artist for games or movies visit www.aie.edu.au
In honor of the Day of the Dead earlier this month, Second year Game art and Animation student Rhett Mason sculpted this kooky fellow!
ZBrush sculpt by Glenn Cowley. AIE graduate of the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development - Specialising in Art
The pumkin was created as part of a 48 hour Halloween game jam.
To start your career in game development or VFX visit http://www.aie.edu.au/
1st year Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development - Specialising in 3D Art and Animation student Timothy Went completed the sculpt in a few hours.
The skull was created in ZBrush.
for more information on how you can learn 3D character design and animation for games or movies visit http://www.aie.edu.au/
Time lapse of Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development - Specialising in 3D Art and Animation student Markus Truter building a Tank in Maya.
The model was built in 2.5 hours.
La Poste - a work in progress by the second year screen and media class in Sydney. Take a look at what life is like at AIE and the had work that goes into creating a short film of this quality.
AIE's 3D art teacher Brendan Bottomly demonstrates how he made his VG Remix winning Diorama.
1st year Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media student Chuong Vu demonstrates how he created the image using Nuke and Maya.
To discover how you could create VFX shots head over to http://www.aie.edu.au/
Character Rig created by students in the second year of the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development as part of a short animated film.
The short film will be completed in October.