These behind the scenes photos were taken during the shooting of A Murder of Crows, a 35mm student film produced in 2011 as part of the Film program.
Eric Cintron (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created these boombox inspired tissue boxes for a class project.
This clay sculpture of Frankenstein was made by Reilly Lohr (2008 Computer Animation graduate) while he was a student. After graduation, he later went on to become a texture painter for films such as Life of Pi, Red Dawn, and others.
This drawing by Travis Baer (Game Art, Class of 2015) incorporates character silhouettes along with positive and negative space to form this skull design.
Tonya Froemel (2014 Media Design MFA graduate) did a rebranding campaign for ChiBar, an organic gluten-free energy bar company. This was for educational purposes only. Above are screen shots from the project book that goes in depth and available here. To view a summary of the project, check out the video below.
These Game of Thrones inspired posters were done by Ashley Duke (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) for a class project.
Robert Ochi (2014 Game Art graduate) was responsible for the modeling and texture of this scene titled “Hallway.” Click on the thumbnails to see these pieces in better detail.
Aleigh Comstock (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created this fictional tour package for the Australian pop act Gold Fields. This style of this project was inspired by scherenschnitte, a German paper cutting technique.