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Cubism project evaluation The parts of the project that I enjoyed the most were drawing the wine bottle with the shading.

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4-2-07 Cubism project evaluation The parts of the project that I enjoyed the most were drawing the wine bottle with the shading. I liked drawing the shoe at the first lesson because I found it easier to draw with cubism texture. The shading and perspective describe the shape and position of which the object is in. it looks 3D and coming out of the page. The way I carried out my observational drawings was that I look at the key features. Then I detailed it more and more until it looked good like the object. ...read more.

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The cubist painter who inspired me to paint like the cubists was Braque. In my opinion he is a very good painter and knows how to use colours well. I used some of those techniques in the development of my own work by showing perspective. I drew it very carefully that it would look realistic. I drew the objects in collage which made the painting look abstract and interesting. I overlapped the objects to make them look like the painting was done in the cubist period. The way I planned my final composition was that I thought about how to make it, bold, colourful, and attractive. ...read more.

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I painted the same colour in all different places and only used colours which were in the same group. The techniques that I use to emphasise the edge and surface was texture and pattern, in different space I either used the paint brush in a different mode or I painted a little pattern inside the area of space. I think that I can improve my painting by separating the areas of abstract shapes more with black and clear lines. I should have more contrast of the colours to show brightness. I also think that I should have drawn the items more accurately and spent more time on that, than colouring in the painting. Elinor Merkier ...read more.

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