Paradise changes with circumstance, and is hence often taken for granted. In this Full Sail University student film, a couple on the run from a deadly insurgency look back on sunnier times. Post Paradise, directed by Film student Christian Allen, was created during the 24-Hour Filmmaking Project at the Sixth Annual Hall of Fame.
This thorough compositing demo reel by Gianny Carbone (2015 Computer Animation grad) shows the build up behind each scene that would otherwise look like a real location. Watch it through for the full experience!
This “mallvertising” campaign is for a fictional restaurant that lets patrons choose their own toppings for a hamburger so in this project, Chelsea Lipman (2014 Digital Arts and Design grad) created an escalator wrap to visually rotate ingredients and promote the business using shock value.
Check out this demo reel from Victoria Lilly (2015 Digital Arts and Design grad) that combines various motion graphic projects she worked on into one edit.
These stills are from Game Design and Game Development student created game Liquid Courage, where a dwarf finds himself in a vast cave system over-run by goblins. The dwarf must then kill goblins and collect gold for flasks that give him special abilities to survive along the way. Watch a play through of the game or download a copy of it to play over on the Game Project Web Portal.
In this class assignment, Shelby Reynolds (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) had to recreate an object only using Illustrator and selected a robot.
This animation of a ninja vault is from Kent Davis (2014 Computer Animation graduate) who wanted to show different motions and mechanics by having the character leap over a wall, land on a pole with one foot, and then jump again.
Bradley Costa (2015 Digital Arts and Design grad) created a motion graphic as a PSA to warn teens about the dangers of drinking and driving.
These behind the scenes photos were taken from the student film production of The Show Must Go On, story about a daughter of the circus who must choose between inheriting the family business and her own desire to lead an ordinary life. The film was directed by Josh Heinrich (2013 Film graduate) and written and edited by Michael Ludden (2013 Film graduate). Check it out in the video below!