Course Info

Animation and Games Design (Vocational A Level)

Course content & format

State of the art equipment including our art studios, professional development PCs, industry-standard software, VR equipment, graphics tablets and Cintiq.

The two year course covers units that explore knowledge, skills and understanding in the areas of observational and constructional drawing, ideas and concepts, communication and contextual influences, concept art, 2D digital artwork, 3D Modelling, 2D and 3D animation, 2D and 3D game design.

Your unique experience

Our award winning animation and game design provision has exceptional progression for students wishing to further their studies at University with exceptional success at some of the leading animation schools in the world. Our Graduates have gone on to work at some of the highest profile animation, games and special effects studios in the UK and have won BAFTA, BFX and D&AD awards for their work.

Entry Qualifications

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How is this course assessed?

On this course you will receive project briefs that will introduce you to a scenario, question or creative challenge to solve. This setting will take you on a journey that could require you to produce sketchbooks, digital portfolios, Blogs, design sheets, 3D or 2D outcomes, artists/designer analysis, experiments, maquettes, presentations and many more. All of these requirements will be supported through specialist workshops, tutorials, advice and guidance, feedback and discussion.

What can I do next?

After completing this course, students may go on to higher education within Animation & Game Art. Some of our learners choose different routes and progress into employment, higher level apprenticeships or become self-employed within this specific field. Our Graduates have gone on to work at some of the highest profile animation, games and special effects studios in the UK and have won BAFTA, BFX and D&AD awards for their work.Ultimately employment within the creative industry may be; Computer Games Developer, Computer games tester, Software developer, Animator, Illustrator, Spatial designer, 3D Games Designer, Designer/Developer, Animator, plus many more.

Clarendon Sixth Form College : Creative Industries

Please Note: While every effort is made to maintain the accuracy of these details, changes can and do occur. Please confirm the course details when enrolling.

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