This is actually my Vet’s clinic…I was caring for my pack of dogs and you know I always have my camera.
This is also the way in which I instruct my students on “blocking in” …once again look at the shapes and their color and the lines.
I find this takes away a huge amount of stress in “covering the blank canvas” …that huge or even a small white canvas can still cause a lot of anxiety as to where to start…block in your painting or drawing and get the canvas covered up.
Next tend to your the details and onto a finished work.
For my blooming photography student class… I just always tell them to look through the viewfinder until you see a painting.
A good way to learn how to frame shots is to walk around your house or outside with a piece of paper with a square cut out of the center, hold it up so you can only see through the square, you can make several sheets cut with different size and shape of the square…and turn in a complete circle, you’ll be surprised what you see!
…this helps you see in groupings, the rule of thirds and just pleasent pictures to look at!
An excellent way to develope “The Artist’s Eye”
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