From Mockup to Abstract Painting: Part II
I’m sure you’ve heard it by now: Don't compose your painting with a focus in the center of the painting because that doesn't excite the viewer’s eye. But sometimes that's exactly what happens despite ourselves.
That’s what happened to me in a recent painting.
In this video, I demonstrate how to change the composition to keep the viewer's eyes moving around your painting.
In last week's video, I showed how to take a mockup -- a small "inspiration" piece I had previously created and stored for potential future use -- and move its composition to the canvas.
In this video, you can watch me finish the painting I started in last week's video. (There will be a link to that previous video in the YouTube description box.)
As in the previous video, I'll explain the process I'm going through as I decide what to do next.
Click here or on the image below to watch the video.