By Dina Wakley
Colour is throughout us and we regularly locate ourselves attracted to specific combos or preparations. yet how will you successfully and artistically trap these crowd pleasing compositions on your paintings journal?
It's actual, artwork journaling has no "rules" and is a secure position at no cost expression of your special lifestyles. yet wisdom is strength and understanding the "rules" of colour and composition delivers the liberty to take advantage of and holiday them willfully to create the consequences you will want. Dina stocks those rules in a enjoyable and approachable approach with dozens upon dozens of particular magazine pages to teach you simply a number of the many possibilities.
Inside you are going to Find:
classes and pointers on composition and colour together with dominance and repetition, symmetry, distinction and the ability of black and white.
10 step by step approach demonstrations.
Dozens of colour and layout advice and web page demanding situations.
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