Changing the Palette to Achieve Serial Imagery

March 31, 2016 § 3 Comments

Rather than portraying our subjects just once, it is always beneficial to take our story line further with serial imagery.   One simple approach is to keep the subject the same and simply change the palette.  Here I start with a fairly monochromatic drawing.

Conservatory Floral (12)         Bernard Chaet’s students’ work at Yale have always represented for me the beauty of diverse personalities’ approach to the same subject and how we can always learn from one another.

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Next, I begin to add more color, yet keep the palette quite restricted.

Conservatory Floral (13)

The final drawing in this three drawing series enriches the color scheme even further.

Conservatory Floral (2)

All in all, quite a simple solution to creating serial imagery!

 

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