Sunday, May 14, 2017


    For my eighth MOCA review, I selected Lotus Moon by Jill Rowe. Not much is said about herself or her artwork, but this piece was an honorable mention for Donnie 2017. From the looks of it, I believe this artist could've used Photoshop.
    I selected this piece because of how different it is. When you see an image with a moon, you see bold, beauty, and brightness in a landscape environment. However, the artist changes it up in this piece. She is showing a broken moon that turns from rubbles to flowers. This surprised me because she's making something that looks shattered into something beautifully unexpected.  Overall, I feel that this is a beautiful piece.


    For the Week 7 MOCA assignment, I selected Metropolis by Vincenzo Corrado. I choose this image because of its multiple layers. Each layer offers different shapes and perspectives. I feel that it makes the image very detailed and unique. This artwork reminds me of graphics I could possibly see in a video game. To me, the shapes in this piece seem to emerge from something eerie and destructive. Which is a nice contrast to see. 
    It is not stated how the artist created this piece of work, but from the looks of it, it could come from multiple digital platforms. My guess that he might've used Photoshop to help make this artwork. 

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Beauty and Skeleton byJawek Kwakm

I was attracted to this picture because of the detail and simplicity of the artist. Jawek Kwakman work is base form the 16 and 17th century Dutch art. He uses 3d software such as Poser, 3d StudioMax and Maya. In this picture

Tree project

Friday, May 12, 2017

Week 8 - More designs

A screenshot from the video on interactive 3D fractal designing

This grabs my attention because it reminds me of the Artwork from Spain or Middle East. It has lots of details.

Week 8-Artwork Review

This week I chose this artwork which is done by Helen Moravsky: an artist who took honors in Visual Media and graduated from American University in Washington, D.C., in 197. She states that  "The base images [of my art} are culled from my vast and constantly growing collection of 19th and early 20th century photographs... The classical nature of the pieces comes from my love of classical architecture and the old photographs I collect. I look for photos that are specifically architectural in nature, not people shots..."

By looking at this piece, it is easy to see that it is influenced by the design of classical architectures. I personally love simple designs. Even though, the classical architectures are still beautiful. The classical ones have more details which I believe need lots of efforts.