3D Computer Graphics
The 3D Computer Graphics (3DCG) program is an eight-month advanced certificate program, which means students need to have a diploma or degree in a related field such as digital media design, graphic design, fine arts, or architecture. The program complements RRC’s two-year Digital Media Design diploma program, and focuses on building skills in areas such as modeling, lighting, rendering, compositing, animation, motion capture and real-time 3d applications and production management.
Each student will be provided a 3D workstation and all the software needed to complete the program.
Graduates of the 3D Computer Graphics program may find employment in visual effects, motion graphics, video game design, 3D simulation and virtual/augmented reality, prototyping and 3D printing, and medical imaging industries. Some graduates may choose self-employment as freelance artists.
- Submit a portfolio of visual work that includes eight to ten examples of your best artwork. Suggestions include figure drawings, perspective drawings, character designs, still life drawings or paintings, story boards, 3D models, graphic design work, and digital or traditional photography. Please do not send original works – send clean photocopies and/or color printouts.
- A post-secondary diploma or degree in visual/fine arts, architecture, graphic design, or multimedia or three years of demonstrated competence through relevant work experience. Applicants are expected to be competent in Windows and/or Macintosh operating systems. Familiarity with programs such as Adobe Creative Suite, Zbrush and Maya or 3D Studio Max is desirable.
This is a special selection program with an application cutoff date of May 30 each year. An application is complete when all supporting documentation has been submitted.
This demo reel shows some of the latest student work from the 3DCG program.