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Faced with the lockdown, our Multimedia Technicians jumped at the chance to show the endless possibilities of getting creative at home. Here, we sit down with them to talk about their isolation sci-fi film SOMNUS, created using their phones, everyday household objects and free digital software.
Jim Parkyn, Senior Model Maker and Aardman Ambassador, visited the college to give an exclusive clay modelling and character articulation workshop to our BA (Hons) Animation and BA (Hons) Game Arts students.
Students have begun working with internationally-acclaimed light artist Xavi Bové, as they prepare original work to go on display as part of Illuminate 2019.
We talk to digital 3D artist Jack Dowson, who is preparing to graduate and credits his success to his decision to study BA (Hons) Game Arts as part of a four-year Extended Degree.
Brownie Cove Express, an upcoming game co-created by BA (Hons) Fine Art student Sam Machell, has been shortlisted for the Emerging Talent category of the Ludicious and Swiss Game Developers Association Awards.
Over 28,000 visitors attended this year's Illuminate, the South West's largest light show, where nearly fifty BA (Hons) Animation, BA (Hons) Game Arts and BA (Hons) Digital Media Production students put their video-mapping skills into action on a large scale.
Fifty of our BA (Hons) Animation, BA (Hons) Game Arts and BA (Hons) Digital Media Production students and graduates will be putting their video-mapping skills into action on a large scale, on the side of Royal William Yard’s Melville Building for Illuminate 2018.
Senior designer at Aardman, published author and all-round creative Gavin Strange spoke with students about finding your way at a recent careers talk held at Plymouth College of Art.
Love gaming and want to learn more about the world of concept design and character development? We catch up with BA (Hons) Game Arts Programme Leader Martial Bugliolo and Technical Demonstrator Oliver Curtis to find out what they're watching.
Eight students from across our undergraduate programmes have been named by online publication Creative Bloq as part of their New talent 2017: Best graduates outside London.