“Art is never finished, only abandoned.”

– Leonardo Da Vinci

Andra Maria Moisescu

Since coming to university, I’ve learnt more than I imagined I could in such a short amount of time. My experience here was very positive. While studying here, I’ve learnt a great deal about working in teams, developing a 3D model from a 2D image, conceptualizing my own ideas iteratively, managing time and working on industry standard software.

I’ve tackled each of my assignments with vehemence and an eye for perfection which is also the way I received an academic scholarship in my second year of University.

The style that I’ve always preferred is a realistic one because it enables me to create art that seems almost from this world except for the fact that it is probably a dragon.

2D art has always been an interest of mine I’ve been creating concepts and illustrations of characters, creatures and environments for almost a decade. I like to add vibrant colours and make them stand out in some way.

What surprised me the most was how I ended up enjoying 3D art. In my second year, I had the opportunity of trying Zbrush, a 3D sculpting software, for the first time. I created a creature from scratch and from then on, I knew I wanted to be a 3D character artist and specialise in this.