Today 3D graphics are used everywhere: interior design, animation, trailers, and simple 3D images. A modern film created without using 3D graphics facilities is unimaginable.

Compositing is the combination of computer graphics and video: the media industry – be it filmmaking, animation,
advertising, etc. – can’t do
without it. As examples of
compositing could be
mentioned such films as
The Terminator, Titanic,
The Matrix,
The Lord of the Rings,
and many others.

2D graphics have been used extremely widely nowadays and it’s not just the design of sites and banner adverts but the creation of different characters and entire worlds for cartoons and movies in the first place.

Animating is one of the most exciting occupations in the field of 3D graphics as it gives life to objects and characters, reveals their quirks, facial expression and behavior.

Modeling is one of the most called-for qualifications around the 3D world. The modeler embodies the imagination of the artist – from under his Wacom brush come out dwarfs, elves, robots, and futuristic super cars.

Light, color, reflections, refractions – all of these are set and adjusted upon visualization. As the term speaks for itself, it is easy to realize that visualization deals with the visual component of 3D graphics. It is the visualizer who is in charge for making an object look as real and sketch-like
as possible.

The COMPOSITING Professional Course differs from the basic training course in that it provides deeper knowledge in compositing and familiarizes students with the new Digital Fusion package and an absolutely new operation system: the nodes.

So, you can draw and handle Photoshop, you are good at using the pad and the stylus, but you want more_info. Then this course is the right thing for you.

Special effects are widely used in films, animation and advertising. If it were not for the special effects, we wouldn’t have been able to watch scenes with battling spaceships, erupting volcanoes, or global cold.