These screen shots are from the Game Design and Game Development student created game Sovereign, a two-player, turn-based strategy game where you assemble an army of robots in order to defeat the opposing army by reducing their robots’ health to zero. The game includes 12 unique robots and six treacherous maps to choose from so every game is a new experience.
Watch a play through of the game or download a copy of it to challenge yourself over on the Game Project Web Portal.
Christine Zimmerman (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created a fictional book jacket design for Veronica Roth’s Divergent for a class project.
Bad things happen, and family ties blur the lines between right and wrong. In this Full Sail University student film, a man is faced with a difficult decision about his brother’s fate.
James Lovelace (Game Art 2015 graduate) is an environment artist whose demo reel includes a concept of a sci-fi hallway, pocket watch, and an abandoned stairwell.
This fictitious campaign was created for a class project by Trevor Berg (Digital Arts and Design, current student). In his own words, the intention was to inspire outdoor enthusiasts to share their stories of adventure.
Kate Meehan (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) made these website comps for the fictional Cape Coral Zoo.
Xi Chen (2015 Game Art graduate) created this character model of a dwarf for a class project based on a concept from a found image.
Technician is student work from Emanuel Palalic (2015 Game Art graduate).
Luis Benitez (2015 Computer Animation graduate) created this life-like cider still life using different computer programs.
These stills are taken from an experimental video called Retro Pop! by Jesus Rob Montilla (Digital Arts and Design, current student). In his own words, the assignment was for “an abstract piece that could represent the topic of ‘color expressionism.’ The concept for the video was to show commonly known objects while playing with paint and cool special effects. The cheap and weird aesthetic of the video was the goal of the project.” Check it out below.