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

Our Tumblr site focused on student work – Art of Full Sail – showcases projects created by students, faculty, and staff. Updated regularly, the site features original artwork, demo reels, animations, and more. Below were the most popular posts on the site in November (leading the way this month was food, Thanksgiving anyone?), 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 post.)

Rusty Currier

Believe it or not, the slice of raspberry layered cake above is not real. It was created by Rusty Currier (2014 Computer Animation graduate) using Maya, Mental Ray, Photoshop, zBrush, and NukeX software program.

Francisco Gonzalez 1

Francisco Gonzalez (2014 Computer Animation graduate) is responsible for this still life of blueberries on a spoon that is an example of a shading and lighting project.

Panbhu Ratanavichein

Panbhu Ratanavichein (Game Art, Class of 2015) created this impressive character study that was drawn by hand.

Leo the Surveyor

These behind the scenes photos were taken during the production of Leo the Surveyor, a 35mm production as part of the Film Bachelors of Science program. Click through to see more images.

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2 thoughts on “Art of Full Sail: November’s Most Popular Student Work [Photos]

  1. Artie says:

    The pictures framing and lighting are great and creative. I think these student works are really professional. They must have learned a lot of skills in Full Sail.

  2. HyunKyung Kim says:

    I like student’s work on that because it looks creative and amazing.
    I think they improve their skills and really professional.
    I want to learn that!!!

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