Tuesday, 10 July 2012

#277 In the studio: "Moose Flats", con't . . .

Proportion gives the individual animal its character and type and measurements differ according to breeds and species.  The head length should be used as a comparative measurement for other parts of the body.

Accentuate the individual animal's characteristics and group details into masses. What is it about the shape and silhouette that causes identification of the critter? 

Great masses, great planes - strong, clear silhouette.
Detail: Only the essential. 

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