3D Art and Animation at the Design Centre Enmore

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Discover your creative side

Our 3D art and animation courses are for people who want to work in the digital media entertainment industry.

We offer specialist training and education — from short courses to our bachelor degree program.

[It] was a game changing experience ... the greatest part is not just the variety of formats and teachers, but the fact that you're in smaller classes with people who are as passionate as yourself.

Bodie Clare | Senior 3D Artist and Technical Director Method Studios

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3D Art and Animation show reel

The Design Centre Enmore 3D Art and Animation show reel highlights some of our students’ work in recent years.

Design Centre Enmore has teachers with industry experience and career oriented curriculum. The school's facilities include the hardware and software that matches those used in real production.

Alex Kim | Industrial Light + Magic

Diploma of Interactive Digital Media (Design)

The Diploma of Interactive Digital Media (Design) course covers both traditional and digital drawing and painting for concept art, storyboarding, character and environment design as well as matte painting and motion graphics.

You will learn to use industry-standard software such as Z-Brush and After Effects.

3D Animation for high school students

Our  Design Fundamentals (3D Animation) course introduces Year 11 and Year 12 students to the essential knowledge, skills and digital techniques that are fundamental to the work of 3D and visual effects artists and animators.

The course counts towards your HSC units and is a first step on the path to higher-level 3D Art and Animation courses.

See Sydney TAFE's TVET Course Guide for further information about TAFE subjects for high school students.

Introduction to 3D Animation

This 9 week short course will give you a general introduction to 3D animation.

Your learning will focus on fostering a basic understanding of key industry concepts and developing your practical skills.

You will be introduced to the use of industry-standard software (Maya) for 3D modelling, lighting, texturing and animation.

Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation

Our three year professional degree prepares you for a career as an artist or animator in a range of visual media fields such as feature filmmaking, game artistry, television, online content development and advertising.

The course and instruction was extremely high quality, practical and challenging whilst preparing us for the "real" studio environment.

Joseph Kim | Senior Animator at WETA Digital

Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation studio environment

As a Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation student you will learn in an environment of practice studios and team projects.

Internship and other opportunities are available to put the knowledge and skills you gain into practice on real projects with real clients.

There is really no better preparation for a career as a 3D artist or animator than to work in a studio environment with teams, clients, directors and deadlines.

Course recognition

The Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation has been recognised as an accredited course by Australia’s peak membership body for designers and design businesses, the Design Institute of Australia (DIA).

Completion of this course allows membership of the DIA, and indicates your status as a qualified, experienced, ethical practicing professional, as well as providing you with support, networking, services and information to improve your professional practice.

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