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.
This texture study was done by Kyle Lindsey (Game Art, current student).
The past is not always as it seems. In this Full Sail University student film, a young man is provided a glimpse back in time, where he learns the truth about his mother’s death and his father’s death row conviction.
Carlos Rosado (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created infographics for endangered animals that he formatted into an app and brochure design.
Daniela Sora (current student, Digital Arts and Design) created a 3D recreation of a record player.
Is the romanticism of journalism coming to an end? In this Full Sail University student film, a seasoned reporter faces the intersection of print and digital news, and wonders if change is really for the best.
These screen shots are from the game Cybersaurs: Annihilation as a collaboration between Game Design and Game Development students. In this third person shooter game, Rico McFury must use an arsenal of guns, arm augmentations, and special abilities to defeat a variety of cyborg dinosaurs from invading. Watch a play through of the game or download your own copy to play here.
Andrew Ford (2015 Computer Animation grad) was recently selected as a finalist in the CG Society Student Awards. This gif of a sleepy kid was taken from his demo reel below.