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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Whichever you prefer...


"Golden Moon on the Flow"/ Miki Ohno

It looks OK or even better than before as for the way it flows.
I got this optional idea of vertical setting, thanks to Pete's comment on my previous post.
Actually, i often decide which side should go top or bottom at the last moment when i create this sort of obscure scenery. 

流れ、という点においてはむしろ縦の方が良く見えるかもしれません。
前回Peteさんが他方向から見てもええんでないかいとコメントくださったので
試してみたりして。実際、曖昧な模様みたいな風景画を描くとたいてい最終段階で
画面をひっくり返して、良く見える方に天地を決めています。

4 comments:

  1. I have to say that the vertical format
    is more fitting to the ,"flow".

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  2. Love it! I often decide how a piece should hang at the last moment also.

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  3. Eileen,
    It's a happy accident that you found my blog. I've just read your recent post and liked your idea about life. Let me visit your other art blogs soon, too. They look cute and vibrant.

    Pete,
    You are right and it surely starts flowing better.

    William,
    Thank you. I imagine quite a few painters try the same. Some external factors determine angles at the last moment regardless of our first intention, and it's fun surprise to me.

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