Thursday, October 2, 2008

Cubes and Blocks Til You Could Plotz Part Two: One Cube, Twelve Backgrounds

So for this exercise I was to take one cube, duplicate it twelve times, and give each iteration a different background. One thing that surprised me was how unimportant having a consistent horizon line was in terms of generating the illusion of space; the shadow seemed much more effective.

By the time I head off to class tomorrow I need to have finished twelve cubes, all different with all different backgrounds, a table and chair, a composition making use of repetition, and a composition based on perspective. I've only got work time until around ten today; time to go into panic mode.

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