What could be more fun than playing video games? ….Making them of course. At this?camp?we will create 2 non-violent games that are fun to play with friends. We start with a racing car game with some fun twists. Students will focus on modelling and texturing before using their models in a game. Using Unity as our game development toolkit students will learn a range of other asset creation tools. Even though we will be crafting some stunning games, the aim of the?camp?is fun.
Peter aims to make the classroom his studio where creativity is the leader of learning. Coming from a world of traditional Ireland and teaching in the creative hub of London, England, Peter has developed a broad range of artistic experiences. He has exhibited in Ireland and England through painting, media arts, performance and theatre and sees himself as much of a teacher as an artist. Currently Peter prints at Malaspina studios in Granville Island and exhibits at galleries in Vancouver. Peter values the role of the teacher as the facilitator to the student?s creativity but draws from his technical and expressive experiences to bloom the student?s unique ability. The arts define our culture and our identity and at Brainboost we are delighted to celebrate these qualities. Expect the fun of the carnival, with the sincerity of gallery.
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