There are two vibrant and exciting blocks of Intro to 3D Graphics this term. They have just completed their first project called “The Three Planets.” Enjoy the work in the gallery below!
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The Game Design class at CCHS is proud to release the trailer for the game that was in development all semester. A big thanks to Owen Carter for editing the trailer together. Please enjoy!
Two great projects from the Advanced 3D Design class. Matt Roberts and Luc Mundel both modeled intricate watch designs. We had to share them here!
Senior Conley Ernst designed a concept piece as part of research for the Game Design class. The result is pretty amazing! This piece was produced entirely in Cinema4D.
Created to welcome students to the new High School building we present a demo reel of 3D Design work created so far this school year in both Intro and Advanced classes. Enjoy!
The CCHS Game Design class has been hard at work this term. Not much can be discussed about the game but it will be a 1st person adventure quest. The class has made a teaser video to get you thinking! Teaser Design by Brian Packard
I’m very proud to present the 2015 award winners from the annual Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Seven CCHS students were recognized at the regional level with 4 Gold Keys, 2 Silver Keys and 1 Honorable Mention. These achievements recognize their hard work and commitment to producing intelligent and quality work. Two students, Eva Volckova
Phase 1 of the Advanced 3D Graphics project was for students to create various aspects of an Amusement Park. Currently called “Seven Flags” the park will contain many rides, park buildings and other features. During Phase 2 the student will animate their rides and environments. Phase 3 will be a collaborative effort to combine all
While learning CSS the Web Design students were all challenged to design a site around the theme of cheese! Please check out their websites posted here! Web Design Cheese Sites
A gallery of the most recent Intro to 3D project dealing with Architecture is now online. Please visit this link.