Monday, August 23, 2010

Mt. Tabor study

Adding color shapes to the value sketch emphasizes the all-over design of this painting, and will help me keep the greater composition in mind as I'm working on each individual panel.

6 comments:

harry bell said...

I've enjoyed looking back at the creation of your previous composite paintings and really look forward to seeing the compiling of this one.

I was wondering what to do with a box of 8" x 8" I bought some time ago. You may have solved my problem.

Alicia said...

I love how the diagonals keep your eye moving throughout the entire composition. I can't wait to see the painted colors.

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Susan Abbott said...

Thanks for writing, Alicia. Yes, I like those diagonals, too...

Susan Abbott said...

I appreciate you taking the time to write, Harry. I'm also looking forward to seeing this one come together. I'm after a composition that's greater than the sum of it's parts--a new idea for me.

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