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Animation and Game Development: Getting Started

This guide combines resources for the Animation and Art and Design Foundation programs.

Third year animation students create three-dimensional characters based on their storyboard ideas, beginning with a wire frame. Copyright: Loyalist College.

A wire sculpture shaped like a body stands in the foreground. It is the outline of a head, body, arms, and legs. In the background is a sketch of an animated creature; it is round with horns and has a large, friendly smile. Other materials will be added to the wired frame to create the final shape of this creature.

Welcome to the Animation and Game Development Research Guide!

Welcome to the Animation and Game Development Research Guide at the Parrott Centre. This guide contains a selection of resources for the Animation and Game Development program at Loyalist College.

Resources featured in the guide are organized by type. To explore, click on any of the tabs. There are also tabs for helpful tools like the Library's videos and APA Citation Guide.

Not sure how to get started? Take some time to explore the guide, or contact the Library. We can be reached by email or by calling (613) 969-1913, Ext. 2249.

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