​Montreal 

514 621-8857;514 814-0955

 

410B, 1610 St-Catherine W,

Montreal, QC H3H1L9

(Subway Guy-Concordia station)

thestarscollege@gmail.com

Toronto 

647 834-5366

 

41 Metropolitan Rd, Unit 210 Scarborough, ON, M1R 2T5

(401 High-speed, Warden Ave Exit)

thestarscollege@gmail.com

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OUR PROGRAMS

Program for Employment

​2 Semesters/8-Month (for 16 years old or older, part-time, offering day and evening classes)

Intensive practice training

 

The Program for Employment offers you advanced training in a specialized computer animation you will learn from industry professionals, using the same techniques and tools that you will eventually need in the workplace. With just eight months of study and the proper amount of dedication, character and ennvironment modeling's graduates can launch their careers.

Develop career-ready skills

Study advanced computer modeling techniques;

Simulate real and expressive lighting;

Demonstrate advanced rendering techniques;

Manage targets within the production schedule   to effectively achieve completion of required tasks;

Generate work that reflects initiative, creativity,  adaptability and personal style;

Incorporate technology effectively in the development of animation projects.

Learning Outcomes

The Program for Employment provides a 3D computer modeling technology certificate for students who pass the course assessment. The students will master all the necessary computer 3D softwares by taking classes such as Modeling, Rendering, Texturing and Binding. Our graduates routinely go straight to work for studios and firms in feature films, television animation, video games and web animation.

Hands on training of softwares

Zbrush, Maya, Mudbox, Photoshop, 3DS Max, Marmoset Toolbag, Substance.

Calendar of dates 2019-2020

Montreal 

Fall 2019 Term: Oct. 9 - Dec. 22

Winter 2020 Term: Jan. 8 - May 31

Toronto 

Fall 2019 Term: Sept. 12 – Dec. 22

Winter 2020 Term: Jan. 9 - Apr. 30

Teenage Advanced Program

 (aged from 12 to 16 years)

3D artistic skills and 2D concept training

Teenage Program emphasizes hands-on instruction and creative freedom. This program focuses on character animation and object creation, through concept art and 3D computer modeling, as well as strong foundational training in modeling, lighting, character building and art direction. The student's work will be highly competitive when applying to the art major of a school or university.

Develop professional skills

Explore computer modeling techniques;

Learn 2D concept art;

Drawing (morphology and perspective...);

Simulate real and expressive texturing;

Simulate real and expressive lighting;

Generate work that reflects initiative, creativity,    adaptability and personal style.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the program, the student will have to demonstrate the ability to create memorable characters/creatures through a creative and professional portfolio using the principles of modeling,   design, artistic expertise and innovation. The student will have to present his/her personal artistic growth and cultural literacy.

Hands on training of softwares

 

Zbrush, Maya, Mudbox, Photoshop, 3DS Max, Marmoset Toolbag, Substance.

Calendar of dates 2019-2020

 

Montreal 

Fall 2019 Term: Oct. 9 - Dec. 22

Winter 2020 Term: Jan. 8 - May 31

Toronto 

Fall 2019 Term: Sept. 12 – Dec. 22

Teenage Program (42h)

​∙ Weekend Course/2-Month (aged from 10 to 14 years)

Short-term introductory training

 

The Teenage Program (42h) provides a short-term interest development platform for students who love 3D art. The students will learn the art of computer based modeling and layout skills.  Working individually on productions, our students will have the opportunity to explore characters/creatures in animation filmmaking. 

Develop professional skills

Explore computer modeling techniques;

Simulate real and expressive texturing;

The use and matching of colors;

Morphological structure of biological;

Generate work that reflects initiative, creativity,    adaptability and personal style.

Learning Outcomes

The students will master the necessary computer 3D softwares Photoshop and Maya by taking classes such as Modeling, and Texturing. The students will be able to create their favorite 3D animated characters and basic objects that are common in life, and they will have exhibit a personal to artistic growth and Cultural literacy.

Hands on training of softwares

Zbrush, Photoshop.

Calendar of dates 2019-2020

Montreal 

July 8 – August 11, 2019

Saturday and Sunday, 9:00-12:00 am

 

 

Toronto

This course is not yet available in Toronto.