Creating Art Textures for Painting & Design : Art Textures Created With Collage

Creating Art Textures for Painting & Design : Art Textures Created With Collage


And look at this, when you take it out you
know these folded arms suddenly become a texture. They’re kind of a texture of repeated forms
that you see and it kind creates a kind of rhythm and you if you even put it that way
you know you start to play with texture. So one of the things that helps you sort of gain
or increase your sort of visual perception is to actually go through magazines and look
for as many textures as you can find. The problem being then of course to put them together
well and again this serves as a not bad example of putting them together well. This person
really kind of you know, notice there’s no red in here and no orange, no bright colors
and that kind of holds it together. When you have so many items happening you know you
can’t have too many things going on. So with a collage you know you got to get excited
about texture but then you’ve got to find ways to unify it. Maybe it’s the type of texture
similar or the colors of everything are similar. Certainly, the shapes that you cut them into
are also similar. This one has things that are all kind of the same size so you know
collage is hard to work with in a way because there’s so many choices and it’s hard to whittle
it down. But on the other hand again its pieces of paper that you can move around any way
that you want to. You can use fabric you know. I mean a quilt in a kind of way is almost
a collage because you’re moving around these various pieces and putting them into a design
with each other.


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