Simplified indication


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Simplified indication

Simplified indication is my term for representing visual elements with a minimum of detail. This relates to my "connect the dots" theory of engaging the user. Our brain delights and filling in detail and creates interest. A painter, for example, does not typically paint every leaf on a representation of a tree. Rather he creates an underpainting of light and dark areas, then applies a few well-placed brushstrokes to fool the eye into seeing greater detail. Simplified indication is yet another element of the vocabulary of painting.

Now, before we start, I want you to notice that with the exercise file from Chapter 10, instead of gridlines we have a set of guides and the reason they're there is I cannot do this whole painting. It would be prohibitively long to do that. So we're going to concentrate on the area right here. It has elements that are throughout the entire painting and that way I can work on this part of the painting without going to the extent of doing all o...

Simplified indication
Video duration: 9m 3s 4h 0m Intermediate

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Simplified indication provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Street Scene

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Design
Software:
Photoshop
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