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Composition 101: The Rule of Thirds

Composition 101: The Rule of Thirds

Composition is the underlying basis of all artwork, regardless of the medium it is created in. From the early Renaissance masters to modern day photographers, every artist uses it in order to create visually compelling images. However, composition is a vast subject, and in this…

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Line of Beauty

Line of Beauty

The Line of Beauty is an S-shaped curve that is considered to be the most variable and elastic of the fundamental forms of composition. It can appear within a subject, as the boundary line of an object, or as a virtual boundary formed by the…

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Major Art Periods

Major Art Periods

Art is a skill refined and passed on from generation to generation. Despite the common belief, not a single artist was yet born with a paranormal artistic talent, instead what they did, was to build upon the base of knowledge that was already established by…

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Geometry in Design and Art: Platonic Solids

Geometry in Design and Art: Platonic Solids

Many of the big thinkers throughout history had a passion for geometry. It preoccupied not just philosophers, mathematicians and astronomers like Plato, Archimedes and Kepler, but also artists such as Leonardo DaVinci and Albrecht Durer. It is useful to have a basic understanding of geometry…

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Andrew Ken interview

Andrew Ken interview

The artist community is quite saturated these days and we can see it growing and expanding with every year that passes. The digital medium is a significant factor of this expansion. Some say it is a good thing, some say it is bad. Some are…

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10 Powerful Art Books Worth Killing For

10 Powerful Art Books Worth Killing For

  I love reading art books. Reading the words on the page written by a master has something magical about it. I can almost hear him talking to me, guiding me, correcting my mistakes. Sometimes I even feel like I enjoy reading art books more than making…

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Suzanne Helmigh interview

Suzanne Helmigh interview

Last week I had the pleasure to interview Suzanne Helmigh, an awesome digital artist from Sweden, who was kind enough to share her thoughts and her story with me. She is an inspiring person and I would like to thank her for taking the time…

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Art and Vision

Art and Vision

We stumble our way through reality with the help of our nervous system. Our brain creates a simulation for us from the data collected by our senses. One can just wonder, wouldn’t it be fascinating if we had more senses? Or what if our senses…

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