Realistic color

Realistic color Trying to represent color realistically can also be a limitation when you can use it to express sensations and leave the information burden to form. Distribute the weight of communication in form and color and get new messages.

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The outlook

Perspective Perspective is another form of the same error. I tend to look for its correction and that limits me to realistic compositions. A place can be represented either by what we see or by what is there. Christian Montenegro explains it perfectly. Perspective can be deformed aggressively or slightly. In both...

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Film framing

Film framing I come from the world of audiovisual communication. Video and animation. In this world reigns a type of composition based on types of film shots. A structuring that takes the human figure as a reference and establishes different types of framing of it. Thus, there is the general shot when it represents a...

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Drawing well

Drawing well The clearest example I find in human poses. I remember in animation class, how in order for some poses to be understood, it was necessary to distort reality a little. For an image to be understood by the reader, he must see as clearly as possible all the elements that are necessary to complete...

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Reality, what we have learned

Reality, the learned It has happened to me a thousand times. I'm drawing something. The pose of the figure is correct, but something that should be seen, for example an object in one hand, is not seen at all. A conflict arises. I need to show that, but the pose doesn't allow it. In the end, I come to a...

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