By using constructive play with professionally created environment pieces, followed by “how to” guided mastery techniques, students in Game Studies will have increased performance in environment art studies.
Typical approaches to game environment art studies incorporate many long hours of modeling and texturing, followed by construction of a virtual space. Environment art studies that begin with construction of an environment first, in the form of constructive play, may lead to early success by helping to see results immediately. The purpose of this study is to show that by adding constructive play to game environment art curriculum, students in game studies will perform better in the mastery experiences that will lead to greater success in exercises.
Increasing Student Achievement Through Constructive Play
MFA Thesis by Daniel Triplett
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