Students know the basic concepts of plastic composition and are able to both observe and analyse form. Students can produce ethically justifiable form language and mold the produced physical shape according to haptic and visual feedback, as well as received instructions. Students understand the connections between shapes and the principles of interaction. Students can produce shapes creatively and purposefully, using suitable techniques for different purposes.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The student advisor will recommend additional studies for each student based on their individual study plan.
The course focuses on the basics of plastic design. Students familiarise themselves with different casting techniques, character model implementations and the methods of model-making.
- theory of plastic design and assignments
- different casting techniques and assignments
- model-making and quick character models
Attendance in classes. Completing assignments. Inadequacies in completing assignments.
Active participation in classes. The ability to apply theory into practice. Good performance in completing assignments.
Active participation in classes. The ability to apply theory into practice. Excellent performance in completing assignments.