These skate decks combining animals and shapes were designed by Sydney Toler (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) for a class assignment.
These screen shots were taken from Mark of Valor, a fast-paced third-person hack-n-slash game developed by a group of Game Design and Game Development students. The game takes place in a dark fantasy world of skeletons, minotaurs, and centaurs where Azureal is on a quest to stop his evil brother from destroying villages. Watch a play through of the game and download a copy for yourself over on the Game Project Web Portal.
This scene of an abandoned train station is by Jariel Ortiz (2014 Game Art graduate) who was responsible for the lighting, modeling, layout, and texturing.
Paula Corrales (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) developed a fictional advertising campaign for a conceptual ballet performance titled Danza Dei Fiori which is Italian for “Dance of the Flowers.” Notice how the flower petals implied in the posters mimic the movements a dancer can make.
This animation demo reel is by Crystal Cruz (2014 Computer Animation graduate).
These behind the scenes photos were taken from the student run 16mm Film production of Precious Cargo.
Fell for You at Auld Lang Syne is a mini-musical in which two former lovers recall their first New Year’s Eve memory while attending parties they don’t want to be at. Music, lyrics, and directed by Michael Hunsaker (Film Production MFA, current student) and cinematography by Jason F. Naylor (Film Production MFA, current student).
Starring: John DeLisa and Sarah Caroline Billings
With: Liz Mignacca, Ryan Skiles, Jennifer Bonner, Michael Sheehy, Steve Olivier, Rebekah Burke, Billy Kearney, Billy Juma, and Fike Mairless
These stills are from the character setup demo reel of Benjamin Ilarraza (2014 Computer Animation graduate). See his work in action in the video below.
This game environment titled “Cold Storage” was done by Skylar Schroeder (2014 Game Art graduate).