Visual Effects

ENTERTAINMENT DESIGN VISUAL EFFECTS

Advance Diploma Program Evening Program

6 Months Duration

Overview

Visual Effects (VFX) are any effects digitally created or enhanced for a movie, TV, or video game production. The goal of all visual effects is to keep the audience focused on the story and characters, and good VFX artists are judged by their ability to make the impossible seem absolutely real.

To do this, artists need to know cinematography, lighting and color theory, as well as having solid 2D and 3D skills. VFS extends its immersive philosophy to this specialty, and if you specialize in VFX, you will design and shoot your own live-action scenes, as well as study disciplines including Design, Modeling, Match Moving, Surfacing, Lighting, and Digital Texture

  • Develop a concept
  • Plan the script
  • Plan the shots required
  • Create 3D animatic
  • Block scenes
  • Prepare plates
  • Rot scope
  • Apply 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, and camera as required
  • Render scenes
  • Digitally composite various images and shots
  • Color-correct
  • Present progress

Curriculum VISUAL EFFECTS

Program Term Overview

Weeks 1-4

Term 1

Subjects Covered

  • 3D Fundamentals
  • VFX Production 1
  • Photoshop 1

Weeks 4-10

Term 2

Subjects Covered

  • Maya for VFX 1
  • Compositing 1
  • Photoshop 2
  • VFX Production 2

Weeks 8-18

Term 3

Subjects Covered

  • Preproduction
  • VFX Workshops
  • Shading
  • Maya for VFX 2
  • Photoshop 2
  • Compositing 2
  • VFX Production 3

Weeks 18-24

Term 4

Subjects Covered

  • Maya for VFX 3
  • Photoshop 2
  • Compositing 4
  • VFX Production 4
  • Final Project

Some Important Notes for Students

  • Be punctual and attentive in the class
  • Don't feel shy to ask questions because it is also help others to understand better
  • Always welcome to participate voluntarily in the class assignments<
  • Be come with fully equipped with tools, materials and mind
  • Think, it's career oriented profession so be professional