These Zelda themed skate decks were created by Gladys Givner (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) whose inspiration was based on the Triforce relic in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and the sages found within the game. In this set, that includes the Light Sage (left) and Forest Sage (right).
This perspective drawing of a city was done by Panbhu Ratanavichein (Game Art, Class of 2015).
This conceptual magazine advertisement was created by Jasear Thompson (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate).
Happy National Dog Day!
These screen shots are taken from the Game Design and Game Development student created game Synthetic Soul, a fast-paced first-person shooter where as acting commander you battle an army of well-armed mechs. Throughout the game you’re also guided by a friendly, artificial intelligence name S.A.R.A. to help you reclaim the city.
Watch a play through of the game or download a copy of it to challenge yourself over on the Game Project Web Portal.
Damaris Castiblanco (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created the fictitious brand Sweet Almond Milk along with the logo and animation, a custom pattern inspired by almond seeds, website, and packaging.
Ana Kessel (2013 Computer Animation graduate) created this model from its inception as a speed sculpt (second image) to adding texture, lighting, and color for the final product.
This poster was the subject of a class project by Darren Murphy (2013 Digital Arts and Design graduate) in tribute to the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week programming and intended for educational purposes only.
Meghan Clary (2014 Game Art graduate) logged roughly 100 hours of time creating this grandfather clock using Maya, Photoshop, Zbrush, and Marmoset software.