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    marina_koleva - When I was making 73, I had certain result in mind that I haven't accomplished. Now it looks just fine. It's matter of having fresh eye next day.
    Thanks for encouragement.

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    These are great. How do you colour the paper?

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    lumar - Thanks. I don't colour the paper. I just got regular colored paper notepad and I wanted to find some use for it.

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    what do you do for improve your composition examples? which steps do you take? Is there any artisan that you're take a leaf out of? Thank you

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    ozkan_me - I aleady tried to explain my approach in previous posts. Unfortunately it's really hard to do it just with words. Maybe creating some sort of tutorial to composition would help. I haven't done this though beacause I don't want to misguide people with my lack of competence in the subject. So far I have been just trying things out with better or worse results. The other reason that puts me away from making any tutorial is that perceiving composition is highly subjective. It would require careful research to figure out which principles in composition are more universal for everyone. Regardless of these diffuculties I keep thinking about doing some sort of guide even just for organizing everything I know. It just will take some time and I don't have it now.
    As for the artist I look for inspiration. Once in a while I keep going back to Joker Transcend gallery mainly for finding some ideas for dynamic compositions. He makes some sort of abstract art that origins in grafitti. For the rest I just look at graphic design in general and sometimes typography which I believe is very efficient at evoking mood with just shapes.

    Experiment that gave a bit clumsy result.

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    Man. Line feels so artificial but is so powerful at the same time. One of the best human invention .

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    Bought new markers. I can fill the shapes again .

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    Last one looks a bit like a smiling face and the one before like fighting Pac-Mans But still, cool stuff, it's a nice touch to use unfilled shapes, they read a bit different, lighter

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    thirdeye - Yeah. I realised later it's pac-mans trying to eat each other. Thanks for dropping by.

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    Thank you for sharing, Farvus

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    Inspired me to try this, gonna buy a small little sketchbook 4 x 6 next time im at the store..carry it around and do them during breaks.

    Keep posting!!

    ...the imperfections make it interesting...

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    Justas - My pleasure .
    Dope Fiend - Nice. Worth a try if you like experimenting.

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    I don't like how this one ended up but I just couldn't make it better.

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    Looks like too much weight on the bottom. There might be some other means to restore the balance to composition with large masses.

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    Do you have a final result in mind for each one? Are you trying for a particular effect, or are you experimenting only?

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    Do you have a final result in mind for each one?
    Almost never.

    Are you trying for a particular effect, or are you experimenting only?
    Mostly experimenting. I have some idea at the beginning but I don't try to force it if I find something more interesting as I put down shapes. Usually I just start with something simple, develop it until pattern emerges. Once I notice it I try to arrange unclear/indecisive parts of the composition so that they conform to that pattern instead of working against it. Of course there are many parameters that I can play with to achieve certain mood but I prefer to keep it open so that I can learning new things.

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    I'm glad that I almost reach 100 compositions so I can give it some rest. I'm starting to repeat myself a bit. I'm sure there will be chance to push it to another level after I let the experience sink a bit deeper.

    This one was sort of few steps too far.
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    great ! didn't see those before, really like these!

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    Dile_ - Thanks! Glad you like it.

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    Tying to make some interesting composition out of vertical stripes only.

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    Meh...I'm brain-dead today. Right side doesn't work well with the left side.

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    You have some great compositions here! Did you ever consider adding colour to the drawings?

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    ranunkel - Thanks for dropping by. For this exercise I wanted focus on shapes only. I might do some color compositions in future though.

    Yay! I finally made it to 100 compositions!
    The quantity I was going for from the very beginning. It doesn't mean I won't do any abstract stuff in future. It's just good moment to take a break.
    Even though some compositions weren't really that great, the whole activity stimulated me to think about design on daily basis which was very good experience. I went as deep enough as I possibly could. Thanks everyone for encouragement.

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    And here are last four ones.

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    Good job on 100. This is an excercise that must have taken a lot of thought. I can see you getting more comfortable with balancing complex compositions as the exercise progresses.

    Are you discovering any new principles? Do you see it affecting your art?

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    Well Wow.

    Personally I have never seen anything like this before, And it is really cool. I am glacially learning art and when I get to composition I may very well try this.

    Kinda reminds me of dazzle camo now that I think of it. Personally I think most of them are really awesome.

    Also congrats on getting all the way to 100.

    Cheers

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