Course Description

RISD CE teen course: Blender Video Game Composition

Design by Luke Taylor

3D video games are both entertaining and challenging, and playing them well requires both logic and creativity. In this course you'll learn to use the free 3D modeling tool Blender to create your own 3D game. Blender will also enhance your basic knowledge of art, mathematics and physics. You’ll learn game composition, scripting code with Python and interactive rules implementation, using either game components from the first Blender course or a set of game objects provided in class. You'll export your final project to run in a web browser so you can share your game with your fellow students -- and they can share theirs with you. No prior experience is necessary, but Blender software experience is useful: This course is for the programming beginner!


Students must be age 13-17 to participate.



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Section Title
Blender Video Game Composition
Jan 16, 2021 to Feb 20, 2021
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $315.00 Click here to get more information
Drop Request Deadline
Feb 06, 2021
Transfer Request Deadline
Jan 09, 2021
Withdrawal Request Deadline
Jan 16, 2021 to Feb 20, 2021
Required Software/Technology
This course requires access to Blender and Brackets. Please visit the Blender and Brackets websites for downloading instructions. Check "minimum system requirements" to make sure your computer will run the software before registering for the course.
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