Despite the summer heat and the holiday season, the team of Creative Center Ruse continues successfully with the online course on the basics and types of 3D modeling in game design and the presentation of games using graphic design, which is held within the framework of the CODE project/Competent opportunities for digital employment/.
The innovative training is completely free and combines the subjects of the two training programs in 3d animation and graphic design developed under the Project. For a period of one month, about 30 children from the Ruse region, aged between 15 and 19, who, due to financial or other reasons, do not have the opportunity to continue their education or join specialized courses have been trained in the course. Online training gives them the unique opportunity to learn about the history of video games and their creation, designing the game levels, design and creation of 3D models of heroes and environment, with business models for presenting and advertising games using the graphic design. By applying what they have learned so far, students have created their own fantastic heroes and have started development of a concept for their own game.
During discussion sessions, individual practical assignments and ideas for joint creative projects have been discussed.
The training is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.