This course is conducted in the Czech language.
Digital work

3D Animation

Learn to model, texture and animate in 3D

As a 3D graphic designer, you can model game assets, create characters for animated films, animate graphics for TV series, prepare simulations for special effects, generate hyper-realistic visualisations for architecture and much more. The possibilities are vast and this course will take you through all the main aspects of working in 3D so you can decide what you want to do in this field. In the 3D Animation course, in 15 lessons, you will learn all the basic activities that will help you in the areas of modelling, texturing, rigging, animation, generating abstract graphics, rendering, simulation and post-production. We’ll work primarily in Cinema 4D, which is one of the most versatile, widely used programs and also allows you to achieve cutting-edge results as quickly as possible without having to involve other programs. However, we will also cover the basics in other programs such as Blender, which has achieved massive popularity due to the fact that it offers a lot of high-end tools for free. We’ll also take a look at Substance Painter, Z Brush and Marvelous Designer. We will also render in Redshift.

What awaits you in the course

  • You will get acquainted with all the main aspects of working in 3D

    As a 3D graphic designer, you can model game assets, create characters for animated movies, animate graphics for TV series jingles, prepare simulations for special effects and generate hyper-realistic visualisations for architecture, and much more.

  • All the basic activities that will help you create

    Modeling, texturing, rigging, animation, generating abstract graphics, rendering, simulating and post-production.

  • Operating in Cinema 4D

    We will take a look at Substance Painter, Z Brus and Marvelous Designer. We will also render in Redshift.

Who is the lecturer

VOŠ, Public Courses

Vojtěch Buchta


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He graduated from the Faculty of Education of the Masaryk University, majoring in art education and visual creation and graphic design at the Brno University of Technology. From the beginning he focused on animated graphics and video. He started as an Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut and Motion and also worked as a freelance editor and motion designer. He has been involved in the production of many live projections, music videos and television graphics. He has also taught animation and 3D graphics as an educator at an art high school. He then joined Czech Television as an art director and motion designer, where he designed and implemented graphics for dozens of shows across channels and two complex redesigns of CT sport. After six years at CT, he moved to a marketing agency for mobile games and apps as a motion designer and now works again as a lecturer, motion designer and freelance animator.

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Course price: 9.800Kč

Course price:

How to apply for a course?

  • 1

    Make sure that it is possible to attend the course in English by sending an inquiry to

  • 2

    Complete the online application on our website. You will then receive an email asking you to pay the reservation fee. Pay the reservation fee of 700 CZK. The fee must be paid within 24 hours of receiving the invitation. After paying the booking fee, we will contact you back with instructions for paying the remaining part of the course fee and other information.

  • 3

    Pay the rest of the course fee. The remaining part of the course must be paid within 5 working days of receiving the invitation.

Course application

The course capacity is already full! We look forward to seeing you in the summer semester 2024.

If you have any questions regarding the Scholastika courses, please contact us via email

  • When do courses start at Scholastika?

    Courses are always semester-long. In the winter semester they start in mid-October and the summer semester usually starts in February/March. The 2024 summer term starts the week of February 26.

  • Is there an Open Day at the courses?

    The Open Day is always held before the start of the semester. The next date is February 12, 2024 (18.00-19.30 at Římská 12, Prague 2).

  • How much does a one semester course cost?

    9 800 Kč
    for courses: 3D Animation, Photography, Graphic Design, Adobe Graphic Programs, Interior Design, Jewellery, Textile Design and Production, Adobe After Effects

    8 700 Kč
    for courses: Drawing, Painting

    8 300 Kč
    for lecture course: History of Design and Architecture

    2 750 Kč
    for lecture course: Art History

    If the membership fee is paid through Benefit Plus or other employee benefits, the membership fee is increased by 15% of the original amount.

    The price of each course does not include materials or software programs (Adobe, Cinema 4D, etc.). In some cases, it is possible to use the school computer where the programs are installed during the course by prior arrangement.

    Price advantages
    1 or 2 completed semesters = 5% discount for the next semester
    3 or more semesters completed = 10% discount for the next semester

    We also offer a discount for combinations of 2 or 3 studios.

    For more information, please see General Terms and Conditions

  • Are there some discounts when attending a combination of courses?

    The basic price for the combination of 2 courses is 16 500 CZK. For a combination of three courses 22 500 CZK. For more information contact us at

  • What are the cancellation conditions?

    The course fee is recorded as a membership fee of the Scholastika, z.s. An administrative fee of 700 CZK is always deducted when the membership fee is returned.
    Within 2 weeks of the beginning of the semester of the course in question, the membership fee is refunded, minus the administration fee and the lessons taken. Thereafter, and within 1 month of the start of the semester, only 50% of the membership fee, minus the administration fee, is refunded. Thereafter, the membership fee is no longer refundable.

    For more information, see General Terms and Conditions

  • How do I apply for a course?

    The first step is to complete and submit the online application form, which is listed below on this website. We will then notify you of its acceptance, enrolment in the course and payment of the membership fee.

  • Are the courses held only in person or is it possible to join online?

    It is not possible to join the in-person courses online. We offer only one online course, the Art History (online) course.

  • Is there an admissions interview for the courses?

    As of the winter semester 2018, applicants are admitted to the courses without the need for an entrance interview.

  • Is it possible to use the Scholastika space during non-class time?

    Yes, we motivate students to work on school assignments and their own projects. Scholastics is open by appointment every weekday from 12-8 pm.

  • For whom are the courses intended?

    The courses are intended for the general public. Our students are graduates of high schools and universities, people interested in studying at art colleges, people in the field who want to develop their work and better orient themselves in the art and design scene, as well as people who have chosen the course purely as a hobby.

  • Will the courses prepare me for admission to the art college of my choice?

    Yes, that is one of our goals. We are trying to prepare students both theoretically and practically to be more successful in art college admissions. Many Scholastika graduates study at the Academy of Fine Arts, UMPRUM, FaVu, FAMU or UJEP.

  • Will I receive a certificate or certificate upon completion of the course?

    Yes, you will receive a printed certificate upon completion of the course. Certificates are issued on request after the course has been completed in a given semester.

  • In which language are the courses conducted?

    Courses are primarily conducted in the Czech language. However, it depends on the course and the lector whether they will be able to effectively incorporate another language variant into their lessons. If you are interested in studying the course in English, please contact