The relationship between objects


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The relationship between objects

So now we've learned about negative spaces, you'll start to see them everywhere. So you'll be walking outside and you'll see a tree and you'll go oh that has a good negative space or some railings. You'll go there's a really nice negative space. And it's so good to do because it can really help us to create those great compositions. So now we're going to look at it in a simple still life setup, and how we can start to move objects around to control the viewer's gaze within a composition using the power of negative space. So in this composition, I have purposely arranged it, so you can all the areas where the lines just bump up to each other.

This line here, they hit together. What this does is cramp your actual composition, it doesn't give the viewer any space for their eye to move around the scene. If you compare that to this view, which is only slightly changed. My angle's changed slightly and I've moved the actual jug out. But, now I've gained a...

The relationship between objects
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The relationship between objects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Will Kemp as part of the Foundations of Drawing

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