This fictional marketing campaign for the San Diego Zoo was conceived and designed by Timothy Smith (Digital Arts and Design, 2012 graduate). The concept behind this yearbook style ad shows the diversity at the zoo, and with each visit, you would get a trading card of an animal that would motivate return visits to collect more cards.
The illustration and design for a fictitious Diplo remix album was created by Thomas Foglia (Digital Arts and Design, 2012 graduate).
View this compositing demo reel from Ross Rubino (Computer Animation, 2012 graduate) and see how various scenes are put together from scratch.
“Cryoward” is an environment created by Evan Hudson (Computer Animation, 2012 graduate).
This poster for the film World War Z was redesigned by Mackenzie Fletcher (Digital Arts and Design, 2012 graduate). Here, Mackenzie created a skull using a blend of weapons different characters in the story would use to fight zombies.
This butterfly illustration was done by Yamina Pileta (current student, Game Art). While 3D Arts students gain experience with the technology platforms found in the game industry, their curriculum is based on traditional art techniques early on.
This beautiful scene was created by Kaleb Gibson (Computer Animation, 2012 graduate) using only computer software.
These t-shirts for the brand NEON were designed by Mario Thomas (Digital Arts and Design, 2012 graduate) for a class project.
This pointillism styled drawing of a Firebird and scenery was done by Thomas Hardy (current student, Computer Animation). Click to enlarge and see the detail included to make the sky.
This stylized, hand painted building was created by Geoff Garland (Game Art, 2013 graduate).