Dutch artist Ramon Bruin uses nothing but paper, pen, and cleverly positioned props, to create the illusion of depth. He calls the technique ‘anamorphosis’, but refuses to explain exactly how it's done.
Directions:Find at least 4 objects that are basic forms (squares, cones, circles, cylinders).Set them up in an interesting composition with 1 light source.Create a pencil drawing from direct observation.Include a background and fill the whole page.Use a full range of values to illustrate chiaroscuro.Pyramidal (triangular) shaped compositions work
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