Minh-Chau Doan Geometric Abstraction

My Geometric Abstraction inspiration was Ilya Bolotowsky.

From his works, I liked that he used a shape to frame his pieces (most commonly, a square or circle). I was inspired by his constraint of using rigid shapes (rectangles, lines) inside the frame to create a “pattern” almost.

I created a frame (rotated square) and shapes (rectangles and squares) like Ilya on Max. It was confusing at first because I didn’t get how to layer the shapes. However, once we went over layers and getting rid of 3D rotation option, it was a lot easier to execute what I envisioned.

bang that changes position and scale of the two top squares:

bang that randomly changes color of various shapes:

bang to change which layer bottom left square is in:

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Kyria Nelson says:

    I adore how this turned out and I would honestly buy a print-out of a screenshot of one of this project. The values that can be manipulated allow for a wide range of looks within the frame. The only criticism I can think of is that it is remarkably similar (spot on!) to the source material.

  2. Catherine Roberts says:

    I love how this turned out. The colors are beautiful and I admire how you were able to layer that many shapes so flawlessly.

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