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ACC’s Creative Design Technologies is now
Game Development, Animation, and Motion Graphics!

Austin Community College’s Game Development, Animation, and Motion Graphics program is all about training students for the local and national job market. Our top-notch faculty is a who’s who of local talent, hardwired into the latest trends and eager to give you the real-world expertise and know-how that comes from years of experience in the business.

With degree and certificate programs designed by a committee of local digital industry pros, our program can prepare you to jump into the creative and rewarding fields of game development, animation, and motion graphics.

Come study with us and become part of our diverse community. We can help you reach your career goals with affordable, hands-on training. Classes are held at Northridge and Highland Campuses and include evening and distance learning courses. With small class sizes and one computer per student in digital classes, the Game Design, Game Art, 2D &, 3D Animation, and Motion Graphics department offers an outstanding and accessible educational experience. If you have any questions and would like a tour of our facilities, feel free to contact us.

 

 

What does a 3D Animator do?

3D animators create a plethora of animations, which may turn into major motion pictures, popular video games, or shorter animations for television or film. Many 3D animators create special effects for the film industry. A 3D animator can specialize in creating various...

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What does a Character Designer do?

Character creation (also character generation or character design) is the process of defining a game character or other character. Typically, a character's individual strengths and weaknesses are represented by a set of statistics. Games with a largely fictional...

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What does the Storyboard Artist do?

A storyboard artist visualizes stories and sketches frames of the story.[1] Quick pencil drawings and marker renderings are two of the most common traditional techniques, although nowadays Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop, and other storyboard applications are often used....

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