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Want to know what DigiPen (Singapore) students are capable of creating? Check out some of these outstanding student projects in games, art, and animation.

Student Art

To excel in the digital arts requires more than innate talent. It takes years of discipline, study, and a keen understanding of the visual language found within nature, architecture, and the world around us. With time and dedication, students in the BFA in Digital Art and Animation program gain the ability not only to imagine new worlds altogether, but also the skills and insights to bring those ideas to life through captivating imagery. These are just a few fine examples of what our students have created at DigiPen (Singapore).

  • A tall, black, four-armed beast holding spears, wearing the pelts of a boar and goat, and the skull of a hyena on its face.
  • Gigantic metal sphere structures tower over futuristic cities as air/space-ships fly through the sky.
  • Still life painting of a copper kettle against a white background with an ornate wooden handle above.
  • A red-eyed, green-horned tropical frog sits on a branch as a leaf shields it from relatively massive falling raindrops.
  • A still life digital painting of plain white shapes (a cube, sphere, cylinder, and cone) lit from the left.


Four rows of students line up on stage to display their giant prize checks during the 2019 DigiPen Game and Animation Awards ceremony.


Student Works Celebrated at First-Ever Combined DigiPen (Singapore) Game and Animation Awards

Kubrix, an RPG adventure, and The Way Home, a short film made in Unreal Engine 4, were among the big winners at this year’s student awards ceremony.

Professor Marc Tan, wearing a tan T-shirt, faces the camera while sitting at his office desk; computer monitor shows thumbnails of his 3D artwork.


Department Chair Marc Tan’s Combined Passion for Teaching and Animation

Marc Tan talks about his journey from graphic design to the world of CG animation and teaching a new generation of aspiring artists at DigiPen (Singapore).

Group photo of 20 people lined up in two rows, including seven CE program graduates in front, holding their diplomas.


PMETs Successfully Converted Into AI Software Developers Through Attach-and-Train Program

We followed up with the seven graduates from our first Attach-and-Train program, each of whom are now working as professional software developers.