Here is some information that might help you create your portfolio for submission to the SCAD Hong Kong Interactive Design and Game Development (ITGM).
Portfolios should demonstrate traditional art and design skills through figure drawings, conceptual illustrations and page layouts, interactive projects, 3-D modeling and/or digital games. A strong portfolio shows aesthetic awareness and includes effective use of 2-D form and composition, and an understanding of additive and subtractive color theory.
Applicants who intend to focus on interactive design should show interactive work, including interactive or physical computing installations, experience designs, websites, software and other user interface designs. Applicants must show proficiency with Flash, Photoshop and Dreamweaver (or equivalent applications). The portfolio should include samples of design work that demonstrate ability to apply typographic rules, layout and composition to Web applications.
Applicants who intend to focus on game art and level design should include concept art, videos of playable game levels, 3-D rendered stills or video flythroughs of detailed environments. Work should show proficiency with Photoshop, Maya, 3DS Max and Mudbox or ZBrush.
Applicants who intend to focus on game design should show three to five original designs in digital or non-digital format including rule sets (if applicable), samples of design documentation, and supporting critical analysis. The portfolio should include design work samples that demonstrate ability to communicate rules to players, provide appropriate feedback, set a theme, apply effective mechanics to carry out the theme and create the desired level of strategy and player immersion.
Work should be submitted in digital or multimedia format. Videos must be submitted in H.264 compression. Three-dimensional environments should be submitted as walk-throughs and capture in QuickTime format and rendered stills. Three-dimensional character and asset models should be submitted in the form of turntables or model sheets.
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