Art of Full Sail: July’s Most Popular Student Work [Photos]

Art of Full Sail: July's Most Popular Student Work [Photos]

Our Tumblr site – Art of Full Sail – showcases recent work created by students, faculty, and staff. Updated daily, the site features some incredible looking branding campaigns, concert posters, computer animation projects, and more. The pieces below were the most popular posts on the site in July, based on notes and page views. Check them out, then be sure to follow us on Tumblr for more inspiration. (Note: Each photo below links to the original Art of Full Sail post on Tumblr.)

 

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“Vortex Tree” is a 3D environment created by Michael Diaz (Game Art, 2013 graduate), based on a concept by artist Lane Brown.

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Dominick Garcia (Digital Arts and Design, 2013 graduate) designed this poster to promote the Killzone video game series. It was featured on the official Killzone Twitter feed.

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Mercy is a fictional, graffiti-inspired magazine conceived by Carlos Morales (Digital Arts and Design, 2013 graduate). This cover features musician Lana del Ray.

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This cassette tapes on a clothesline image was created by Wayne Smith (Computer Animation, 2013 graduate) for a project in his Shading and Lighting course.

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This package design for a gothic-themed fashion store was conceived by Kimber Thompson (Digital Arts and Design, 2012 graduate).

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Tyrelle Turner (Digital Arts and Design, 2013 graduate) created this poster for a fictional Janelle Monae concert.

Comments

  • RanHee Park

    Oh awesome!! Their works are great. They are professional and wonderful.
    I don’t know about art but i can feel that they are excellent.