25 July 2020
Digital Sculpting Fundamentals
In this course, students will become familiarized with the Zbrush user interface and the most commonly used sculpting tools and practices. The course will be focused on using few very powerful sculpting tools and techniques in Zbrush which make for a straightforward sculpting style and provide fantastic foundations for any future artistic projects. Students will be taken through the complete process of organic sculpting using various photo references. The course will explain the importance of silhouette, primary, secondary and tertiary forms. Students will explore different methods of object and form creation and manipulation and learn different techniques of sculpting.
The course will focus on the understanding of sculptural form through several different subjects each focusing on a different problem. Students will be introduced to the Zbrush workflow and the possibilities of developing or incorporating Zbrush into their art practices. This approach enables students to develop their understanding, knowledge, and skills and improve on a step by step, subject by subject basis. The course will teach students to recognize and interpret the character and flow of shapes through subject matter analysis. Students will explore how to express their interpretations of subject matter and achieve accurate, high fidelity sculpts (relative to their artistic background).
Winton Afrić is an Academic painter, Colledge professor, Assistant professor, with a Ph.D. in Information and Communication sciences that specializes in Digital Sculpting. He has been working at different Universities in Croatia for 10 years teaching subj
Through the course, the students will create several character/creature busts through which they will explore and learn the usage of various tools and sculpting methods. The entire course will be as personalized as possible where the level of the sculpting problem will be suited to the individual student. One of each student’s sculptures will be elaborated on creating a high-fidelity sculpt which will show to demonstrate the student’s abilities.
EUR 1600: Full Tuition Fee 1600 €
Early bird Tuition Fee* 1360 € (for students enrolling before February 28 2020)
Tuition Fee includes:
Transportation from Zagreb to island KRK & other islands nearby
All planned field trips
Cultural & social program : quirky museums, historical sightseeing, boat trip to remote islands
Additional free workshop (Croatian language and culture)
Morning refreshment (Tea or coffee)
Croatian Cuisine: lunch during week days
1) Full Scholarships for excellence-2 full scholarships covering 100% of study costs
2) Partial Scholarships-4 scholarships covering 30% to 50% of tuition fees