Recent Ringling News: Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Behance Network Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Behance Network
  • BRIAN HARRIES, DAN MARTINEZ, CLARKE NORDHAU AND NOAH ORTEGA / CLASS OF 2012


    AMONG SKIES

  • SHAUN ELLIS, MICHAEL HOSTICKA AND KATHERINE ''KEZ'' LACZIN / CLASS OF 2012


    ODYSSIA

  • CODY BELLIMER, CHRISTIAN DAVIS JEREMY GRIFFITH, MATTHEW HEYMAN / CLASS OF 2011


    EPSILON

  • LIZ LANDES / CLASS OF 2012


    SINGLE RIDER, DOUBLE FEATURE

  • KUO YU LU, PETER RICHMOND / CLASS OF 2011


    BOTS

  • LARRY VALLELY / CLASS OF 2011


    SHADE

  • ORSI SPANYOL / CLASS OF 2011


    BONEYARD

Game Art & Design

Bachelor of Fine Arts


 

Create compelling and believable interactive experiences.

The Game Art and Design major brings Ringling College's feature film aesthetic to games, and is focused on providing students with the professional artistic skills necessary to create compelling and believable interactive experiences. Students will also study the basics of game design-mechanics, meaningful play, interactivity and options for creating and refining game content. Using an understanding of these concepts, as well as the technical aspects of 3D animation software and game engines, they will create texture-rich, visually-sophisticated gaming environments that tell stories, educate, inform, and entertain.

Computer Animation


The creative side of
Game Art & Design

Play the video above to see what inspires us.

Video Gallery

Among Skies

by Brian Harries, Dan Martinez, Clarke Nordhau and Noah Ortega / Class of 2012

Odyssia
Single Rider, Double Feature
BOTs

Two Student Animations Nominated for Annie Awards

The International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood, has announced the nominations for its 40th Annual Annie Awards, recognizing the year’s best in the field of animation.  Two Ringling College of Art and Design student thesis films have been nominated for Best Student Film. 

Read more »

Eric Prah Wins Ringling College's 9th Student Academy Award

Ringling College alumni Eric Prah ('12, Computer Animation) was awarded a Student Academy Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for his senior thesis animation, "My Little Friend."

Read more »