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

Art of Full Sail: November's Most Popular Student Work

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 November, 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.)

As part of a class project, Dominick Garcia (Digital Arts & Design, 2013 graduate) made this Sigur Ros poster to promote their film Heima.

This still life shading and lighting project by Kenneth James Jr. (Computer Animation, 2013 graduate) was created using only computer software.

A recreation of the set of AMC’s Talking Dead by Madison Gartner (Digital Arts & Design, 2013 graduate) is shown via a series of 3D shots in this fly-through video.

This redesign of the Ouch! bubble gum brand was done by Amanda Summers (Digital Arts & Design, 2013 graduate).

This isn’t a photo, even though it looks like it, but rather a completely software-created environment made by Daniel Dadge (Computer Animation, 2012 graduate).

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