Glen Cheramie (2014 Game Art graduate) created this tribute to the Green Dragon Inn using Maya, Photoshop, CrazyBump, and Unreal Engine 4 software programs. The Green Dragon Inn was made popular by The Lord of The Rings series as a place frequented by Hobbits.
Chris Dykes (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created this charming motion graphics piece for a fictional portmanteau exhibit. A portmanteau is combining two words and their definitions into one, for example a spoon and fork becomes a spork.
This interior is a shading and lighting piece by Christopher Lopes (2014 Computer Animation graduate) using Maya, Mudbox, and Photoshop programs.
Nikki Zwiers (2013 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created this logo and branding for a fictional ladies fashion boutique.
Check out this must see compositing demo reel from Crystal Samuel (2014 Computer Animation graduate) that features the set-up of the scene above and others.
These stills are from the demo reel of Tom Irwin (2012 Digital Arts and Design graduate), see the project in its entirety below.
These screen shots are from the game Ginger Dead, a survival defense game where the player must escape a ginger bread house while protecting against a swarm of evil candy. This project was created by a team of Game Design and Game Development students. You can watch a play through of the game and download a copy at the Game Project Web Portal.
These behind the scenes photos were taken during the production of Leo the Surveyor, a 35mm production as part of the Film Bachelors of Science program. Click through to see the images up close and check out the trailer for the film below.
Damaris Castiblanco (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) developed branding for a fictitious clothing brand that was inspired by photos taken of flowers.