This area of emphasis covers all aspects of 3D production, along with a strong visual art foundation. It is ideal for students who desire a breadth of knowledge. Students following this curricular grid have many opportunities to choose elected courses where emphasized study is desired.
Gnomon’s 3D Generalist curriculum offers students an extensive and in-depth skill set relevant to the demands of the industry.
Foundational 3D education across multiple areas of study
Technical training with a focus on tools, processes, and workflow
In-depth training of industry software such as Maya, ZBrush, Photoshop, After Effects, Nuke, Mari, and more
Flexibility to customize assignments to fit your desired emphasis
Opportunities to create and collaborate on demo reel projects
Various options for elective courses
Financial aid eligible for those who qualify
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How to Apply
Applications for the 2019 Winter Term are due Friday, October 26th, 2018 Apply Now
3-Year Curriculum Note: This is a sample curriculum and is subject to change.
Gnomon strives to place graduates into their dream jobs right out of school. Our 2016 employment rates of 100%* for our 2-Year Certificate in Digital Production program means that Gnomon consistently supplies Hollywood’s studios with the talent they need.
*Percentage reflects the average employment rate of Gnomon’s vocational programs in accordance with national accreditation standards of the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Visit our Consumer Disclosures for more information.
"The collective knowledge I received put my abilities beyond what any other school could possibly do. … The Instructors took an interest not only in my work, but as a developing professional."
Omar Aweidah — Alumnus
Associate Concept Artist at Cloud Imperium Games
"Gnomon understands that they are not just training students to use cutting edge technology, they are training artists to create with a fully realized tool-set that starts with their own well-grounded and developed artistic eye."