I’ve really enjoyed the small 3d-modeled pieces created by Agatha Yu as part of a year-long, “make something everyday” project (the particular piece pictured is “Crystal Shore,” from February 21, 2017). They’re mostly modeled and animated in Blender. The pieces are usually low-poly or made of smooth, simple forms, which work well with the soft color palettes the creator normally uses. I think these aspects, as well as the subject matter, combine to create a specific, calming mood that really drew me into each of the pieces. I also appreciate how the style of the work is not necessarily aiming for photorealism or some other theme normally associated with computer-generated graphics, but is rather branching out in a style of its own.