You will master the theory, basic principles of game design and learn how to work with the popular Unity and Unreal Engine 4 engines. You will learn how to monetize games and keep players interested. You can start a career in the gaming industry and earn more.

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3d artist - who is it?
The specialist who is expected in game development, advertising and cinema
He works in top studios, is in demand as a freelancer, and collaborates with major brands.

Our course is a real opportunity to become such a specialist: to develop key skills to start in 3D design
They create 3D models and animate them, and also make realistic textures, such as metal for weapons or character skin. Such a specialist can find work in a game studio or in film production, full-time or freelancing to work from anywhere in the world.
There are courses for beginners and entire year-long programs that help you master a profession, such as a 3D character artist, a 3D weapon artist, or a 3D generalist who can invent characters, model and animate them.
Together with experts, we create programs and teach all aspects of 3D graphics: create characters and environmental objects, animate them and make motion design. We focus on practice - each course has dozens of tasks with verification.
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Own learning platform where students can watch learning materials and get feedback on homework.
Communication with teachers
Each student has open access to Discord - in which they can communicate with teachers, exchange life hacks and help each other with homework.
All of our teachers are practitioners. They work, Inquake, RJ-games, Geeks, Nival, Game Insight, FuryLion, Playrix and Crazy Panda.
A 3D generalist is a specialist who knows everything about 3D graphics.
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