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    Thanks, Elwell. Although the picture is inherently ridiculous, I was genuinely curious.


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    Mihail, thanks for those links. I especially like Kearns' emphasis that edges have to be designed rather than observed.

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    That Stapleton Kearns blog is amazing and should be required reading for painters here or anywhere, seriously go read it, so much info in there.

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    Smile Stapleton Kearns blog

    I dont see a link to Stapleton Kearns blog....

    i have finally had time to relax and check out this site and i am enjoying all of the info available here.

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    This symmetry is a hierarchy of edges with the design elements with a painting. The aim is to generate dominant and subordinate edges which act to reinforce the overall compositional intent-forcing a viewer's concentration on a single focal point (without being vulgar). Mozart would have tried for this if he had been a painter. Such an integration is the way we naturally see things anyway, but it is anything but easy in a painting.

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    Ha, one of those obvious things that I forgot about.

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