Last in the Series: Whee!! Off they Go!

March 10, 2016 § 2 Comments

Annie and Clare Wheeee!!!

The last in the series of Annie and Clare at play shows them fully immersed in the fun of tumbling in the big metal drum at the playground.  Here their movements clearly show the final stage from rest to beginning momentum to this open sense of play.  Serial imagery allows you as the artist to take full advantage of your subject material by considering how the story line can change through any number of possibilities.  This could be a sequence of motion, a change of palette, change in placement, change in area of focus, and on and on.

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§ 2 Responses to Last in the Series: Whee!! Off they Go!

  • Marian-Ortolf Bagley says:

    What an interesting idea – to explore motion in your drawing. Thanks!

    • mcnau028 says:

      Thanks Marian, I find it fascinating to explore the different aspects of serial imagery; so many ways to pursue it!!! Hope all is well with you. Do you post your work anywhere? I’d love to see it!!

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