Full Sail University

Bachelor of Science in Game Art (Online)

Learn how to turn your artistic vision into breathtaking game environments and striking characters. Full Sail University's online Game Art bachelor's degree program teaches you the fundamentals of 3D asset creation for game development, while exploring core concepts such as animation, rigging, character modeling, lighting and shading, and texturing. With a focus on content for consoles and computers, your project-based classes guide you from the basics of digital art creation up through the latest technology. And with our unique online environment, you will be able to connect with classmates, share your work, and develop a portfolio of useable game assets.

Course highlights:

  • Character Design and Creation
  • Motion Capture
  • Compositing Fundamentals
  • Level Assembly & Lighting
  • Character Animation
  • Game Animation
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