I had a great time on Saturday teaching the second class in my series of live online classes all about composition.
They're all based on the same basic design. Working in a concurrent series is a great way to let go of perfectionism, get faster at making art, try new things, and end indecision. If you're interested in working in a concurrent series (as opposed to a serial series), it's as easy and grabbing 3-4 substrates and working on them all at the same time! Seriously. Just line them up and have some fun! I did make an instructional video years ago on the topic. This is a promo for it:
You can still buy a DVD HERE.
And here's a closer look at each of the pieces:
By the way, I think the piece above should actually be rotated 180º, but I wanted to keep the orientation consistent for the blog so that you could easily see how all the underlying designs are the same.
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