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DGWA

PROGRAM IN GRAPHIC, WEB & 2D ANIMATION (DGWA)

The career option you can look for after doing this course includes jobs in 3D Game Modeling, 3D Game Designing, Interactive Architectural Walkthroughs, Game Testing in well known 3D studios as well as companies.

DGA

PROGRAM IN GRAPHIC & ANIMATION (DGA)

Graphics that look beautiful and interactive are always appreciated  and in DGA, creative students achieve perfection by learning nuances of Graphic Design, Page Layout Design and interactive 3D Animation that helps them to create exactly what they want to.

Graphic Designing

WHAT IS GRAPHIC DESIGNING?

This is a process of creating print/visual solutions using images & text to create a design that is comprehensible, differentiated relevant , meaningful, as well as appropriate for the intended purpose. This communication can be done through various mediums like images, logos, brochures, leaflets, websites, posters, videos, newsletters and few other graphic mediums for the brand or organization.

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Career Opportunities in Multimedia

Scope and Career Opportunities in Multimedia The Multimedia industry is on the path of increase and experience a long way to a booming career opportunities in multimedia. Multimedia is the field related to the computer controlled integration of graphics, texts, audio,...

3d Animation Process

3d Animation Process The process of a 3D animation process is difficult and can be a lot more complicated than any other forms of animation. Depending on what project and which 3D animation studio is involved, the number of steps may vary. 11 Steps of 3D Animation...

Basic of Character Animation Sheet

Basic of Character Animation Sheet Character animation sheet create a reference for character, covering the basic views and making sure that your proportions match from drawing to drawing. It is good practice for keeping things in proportion and getting used to...