This model of a pair of locking pliers, or vise-grips, was created by Andrew Rushakoff (2015 Computer Animation graduate)
This fictional advertising campaign to encourage travelers to visit Osaka, Japan was created by Emily Olivieri (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate).
These behind the scenes photos are from the student film production of Men of This Life. See the project in its entirety below.
“Harbinger of the Blood Butterfly” is a character model by Lâm Dūng (2015 Game Art graduate) with credit to Eliana Benz who did the weight painting.
This still life was created by Mario Leblanc (2015 Computer Animation graduate) who was responsible for modeling, texturing, shading, and lighting.
Yasser Villar (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created these tribute posters to the Gundam Series.
These stills were taken from the Game Design and Game Development student created game Containment, an isometric twin-stick shooter game where the main character, a mage, attempts to break free and seek revenge from a group of scientists.
Watch a play through of the game or download a copy of it to challenge yourself over on the Game Project Web Portal.
This character animation demo reel is from Ngo Thiet (2015 Computer Animation graduate). Models and rigs are from animationbuffet.blogspot.com and used for educational purposes only.
Paula Corrales (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created fictional branding of a Frida Kahlo-inspired bakery.
Dr. Seuss has been an inspiration for over 50 years, and for this project Samantha Alyse (2013 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created a fictional advertising campaign that includes the iconic artwork on an ordinary laundry detergent bottle.
Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!