•  LCAD Game Art

Game Art


As a graduate of LCAD’s Game Art program, you will be multi-disciplined, team-minded, industry-ready, and employable in any studio, style, or software environment.


LCAD’s BFA program in Game Art provides a safe and collaborative environment in which you may reach your full creative potential and make the interactive worlds you have always dreamed about.


Our Game Art program is driven by an inspiring community of talented students who challenge one another and by faculty who will motivate you to create work you never thought possible.


Our instructors are a combination of awe inspiring game industry veterans who lead students in cutting edge game techniques and spectacular creatives from other walks of life who will keep you thinking about different approaches to designing in the real world.



Art directors, concept artists, creature designers, and architects lead the path to great creativity grounded in strong craftsmanship. Workshops by Bill Perkins, Moby Franke, Justin Thavirat, and Chris Bateman will further inspire you to achieve greatness.


LCAD’s Game Art BFA is a project-based and highly cooperative program. Over the course of your studies as a Game Art major, you will acquire a broad range of skill sets that begin with a foundation in traditional representationalism. Upon this foundation, you will assemble art teams with graduate partners like GamePipe Lab and LCAD’s Art of Game Design MFA to work on games that may ship as a full products or enjoy feature in the Independent Game Festival (IGF).





Graduates will be able to:

  • Utilize effective problem-solving techniques when addressing concept challenges.
  • Apply material rendering fundamentals to finalization of projects
  • Apply fundamentals of storytelling at all aspects of the creation process
  • Apply color theory effectively to composition and hierarchy of navigation through art or game space.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the use of value, structure, and shape language.
  • Utilize an efficient workflow methodology.
  • Utilize effective conscious polyflow methodologies to allow for proper rendering, good deformation when animating, and clean unwraps.




Gainful Employment Information for Undergraduate Certificate in Game Art

Laguna College of Art + Design
Jason Oualline
Chair of Game Art

Jason Oualline is a recent graduate of Laguna College of Art & Designs, Art of Game Design MFA. Jason has 15 years of experience as an educator and is also a teacher of 3D animation and Game Design at College Station High School in College Station, Texas.