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.
Next, I begin to add more color, yet keep the palette quite restricted.
The final drawing in this three drawing series enriches the color scheme even further.
All in all, quite a simple solution to creating serial imagery!
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February 11, 2014 § Leave a comment
By keeping the compositions the same and altering the palette, we are better able to see how changes in color affect our work. In this exercise, we see the contour drawings which provides the framework for the gradations. Making the drawings constant in similarity allows the differences in the color scheme to become more apparent.
January 30, 2014 § Leave a comment
This is a colored pencil drawing divided into three portions. The hues move from the warmth of oranges and yellows on the left to cooler pigments of blues and purples on the right. The middle section allows us to see the gradual tint shifts. A piece such as this illustrates how color can be changed to accentuate the storyline.