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Contar estórias está no centro de tudo para artistas que trabalham na indústria do entretenimento. Esta é uma arena onde toda imagem realmente conta uma estória, e onde a imagem é uma forma de comunicação e de expressão. Agora, graças aos bilhões investidos na criação de conteúdos originais para a Netflix, Amazon e Hulu, a exigência por artistas com domínio da narrativa e da arte de contar estórias é maior do que nunca.

No nível prático, o desafio para artistas que desejam ter sucesso nessa área é garantir que suas imagens, conceitos e designs criem uma conexão intelectual e emocional, transmitindo ideias e narrativas completas com economia e um toque de criatividade. A chave para isso é um sólido conhecimento, tanto das regras clássicas da narrativa como dos métodos contemporâneos utilizados por criativos de toda a indústria do entretenimento. CGMA’s Storytelling & IP Development Program foi projetado para dar exatamente isso.

Se você tem qualquer dúvida referente às matrículas ou à solicitação de análise de portfolio, por favor entre em contato com o Departamento de Matrículas: [email protected]  ou ligue (818) – 561 – 9542 (EUA).

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Confira abaixo a apresentação de cada curso do programa (conteúdo original em inglês)

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with MARK WALTON – Story Artist

This is an introduction course where you will learn some techniques for visual storytelling. It will cover methods and exercises to help you generate ideas and learn tips and tricks used in story boarding. The assignments will help you build a starter portfolio for story boarding and equip with the basics for creating your own stories.

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with JOSHUA PRUETT – Writer, Storyboard Artist

Everyone has IDEAS; now learn how to take that idea/sketch/napkin drawing and build it into a STORY with relatable characters, solid structure, and themes using timeless, but simple techniques inspired by everything from ancient myths to contemporary film, books, comics and animation. Students will develop their own ideas, characters and stories using written premises, outlines, treatments, fictional biographies and character histories, becoming the absolute authorities on their invented worlds – with an eye toward preparing each student’s creative development work for real-life application in their media of choice; film, TV, animation, comics, etc.

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with MITCHELL MALLOY – Concept Artist

Illustrators working in entertainment will spend their careers creating compelling imagery for narrative and marketing purposes. The best illustrators in entertainment inject a sense of gravity, mood, and energy which draws consumers and players into the world the art portrays. This course focuses on the skills essential to good image-making, and also on those skills which elevate an illustration to the next tier of professionalism. Those enrolled will discuss what makes a lasting, impactful piece of art, cover some of the techniques and tools you can use to maximize your chances of success, and build the habits necessary to conduct ourselves in a professional environment.

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with MIKI MONTLLO – Senior Concept Artist

This course is designed to be an intensive introduction to comics and narrative, from the very first stage to having the comic printed. Students will begin by looking at comics and storytelling, then create storyboards and compose our comic pages. Students will go over techniques for inking, coloring, and even lighting and special FX. In the last week, everyone will also talk about how to promote your work and show your project to a publisher!

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with JASON BRUBAKER– Graphic Novel Artist

Note: This course is not an introduction to comics or graphic novels, and a script will not be provided. Participants are expected to come with their own ideas/story as well as solid drawing and digital painting skills.

During this course students will bring their own stories to life using images that will efficiently aide in creating a short or long-form visual story. The lectures and assignments will touch on all the major aspects of developing original story and imagery for comics or graphic novels: writing, character and world building integration, among many other topics. Most importantly, students will learn how to create comics or graphic novels that are relatable and emotional, with characters and stories that will resonate with audiences. By the end of the course, students will have completed the beginning pages of their comics or graphic novels, and will have a road map for going all the way to the finished product! The students will use and develop their own stories throughout the course.

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with ALEXANDER MANDRARJIEV– Cinematic Illustrator (Marvel)

The goal of this course is to create good looking and interesting cinematic illustrations. Students will be focusing on composition, mood, lighting and color. Assignments and topics covered will gear towards creating illustrated key frames that help tell a story moment for cinema. Students will constantly be observing and studying film composition. The point is to surrender to what drives at your imagination and inspires strong emotion. Everyone wants to express their ideas in an honest and intelligent way. This course will teach these four elements specifically. – Composition – Mood – Storytelling – Lighting & Color Each element will involve covering these four ideas. – Graphic shape abstraction in black & white and color. – Film analysis and gathering reference. – Understanding how to break down a cinematic shot and why.

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Como um artista profissional, é imperativo sempre buscar melhorar suas habilidades e continuar seu crescimento. Isso não apenas os beneficia, mas também seus empregadores. É um jogo de ganha-ganha. Durante anos, a CGMA tem visto artistas desenvolverem novas habilidades e técnicas que permitem se superar no seu ofício, e é também sempre incrível ver empregadores investirem em seu crescimento.

O programa Employer-Sponsored Education é algo que muitas empresas e empregadores oferecem, mas nem todos os funcionários sabem a respeito.  Tudo que você precisa fazer é perguntar. Mais de 35% dos estudantes da CGMA recebem reembolso de suas empresas.

Pergunte ao seu supervisor ou o departamento de Recursos Humanos se isso é algo que sua empresa oferece. Eles provavelmente tem um plano de despesas anuais destinados a isso. Assim as aulas podem ser totalmente pagas no início do curso ou com reembolso posterior do valor pago.

Para mais informações sobre esse tema visite: Employer Sponsored Education.

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