Sunday, March 15, 2009

From Drawings to Film

The Computer Graphics Society includes those people who turn drawings into digital images. Dr. Manhattan, the CG (computer graphic) character in The Watchmen movie is an example of the work done in computer graphics today. The designers had to capture the acting of Billy Crudup combined with the original drawings by Dave Gibbons and create a digital actor who could exist believably alongside real actors.

Many design education students would like to be taught the knowledge and skills that would get them jobs in the digital animation industry. It is our responsibility to help them achieve their dreams and become part of the Computer Graphics Society.

Click on the heading above to go to the Computer Graphic Society website to see how Dr. Manhattan was created.

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