ASSIGNMENT 1A: PERSONAL MBASSIGNMENT 1A: PERSONAL MOOD BOARD
Please try to submit on or before September 20th, as that is when I will be posting the next exercise or assignment.
Open. Take as much or as little time as you need to make your piece look the way you want it to. But remember, please do not take ten minutes on the 19th to throw it together; you won't gain skills that way!
Definition from Wikipedia:
A mood board is a type of poster design that may consist of images, text, and samples of objects in a composition of the choice of the mood board creator. Designers and others use mood boards to develop their design concepts and to communicate to other members of the design team.
My questions for this assignment are, what is it that makes your favourite artist your favourite artist? Which of their works resonate most strongly with you, and what about that work made you fall in love with it? Do you look up to them, and what aspects
LESSON 1A: COMPOSITION STUDYLESSON 1A: COMPOSITION STUDY
A short lesson on the ins and outs of composition in the visual arts.
Composition, as defined by Wikipedia, "is the placement or arrangement of visual elements or ingredients in a work of art, as distinct from the subject of a work." In short, composition refers to the arrangement of elements within a piece of art that follow a certain set of artistic rules/guidelines. These rules and guidelines are based on what the human eye finds attractive, and hundreds of years of art have proven that although a wonderful piece of art can exist without following these rules, pieces that do follow them are more likely to be visually appealing or stimulating to a wider variety of people.
The rules are based on a series of artistic principles, which I will outline below.
ELEMENTS OF DESIGN
The elements of design are a series of elements that make up the vocabulary of the visual arts. They are your bread and butter, and are one thing