Art of Full Sail: October’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, animations, sculptures, fictional branding campaigns, and more. The pieces below were the most popular posts on the site in October (that leaned toward the spirit of Halloween), 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.)

art of full sail oct Ryan Herb

“Blacksmith Station” is a scene created by Ryan Herb (2014 Game Art graduate) who did the modeling, texturing, and lighting for the project.

This drawing by Travis Baer (Game Art, Class of 2015) incorporates character silhouettes along with positive and negative space to form this skull design.


art of full sail oct Reilly Lohr

This clay sculpture of Frankenstein was made by Reilly Lohr (2008 Computer Animation graduate) while he was a student. After graduation, he later went on to become a texture painter for films such as Life of Pi, Red Dawn, and others.


art of full sail oct Thomas H Thomas

This image comes from the hard surface modeling demo reel ofThomas H. Thomas (2014 Computer Animation graduate). See this piece and other ones in the video located in the link by clicking on the photo.

art of full sail oct Brendan Burrows

Brendan Burrows (2014 Computer Animation graduate) was responsible for the modeling, texturing, lighting, UV, and UDK for this piece titled “Train Car.”



One thought on “Art of Full Sail: October’s Most Popular Student Work [Photos]

  1. Avatar HyunKyung Kim says:

    Students’ art projects were scared me because they focused special day; Halloween. It is awesome!

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