Oh man, just had a 4 hour lecture about composition and it was INTENSE.
Marshall Vandruff returned to Ai-SD once again to hit us with some knowledge, this time about composition.
All the information is still settling into my head... so I'm not going to dive into it in this post.
I tried to take what he said and put it into some compositional thumbnails for the LRRH stuff I want to do as a personal project. A lot of it had to do with "feeling" or emotion and how blocked out shapes are used and using 'consonance' in the composition. So many things can be applied to a composition, I feel like I'll get lost. haha
But here's a few attempts at some quick compositional thumbnails. I'm digging top right and bottom left.
Any suggestions? Any technique suggestions? Comments? Hit me with it.
Well, here are some questions to consider when doing your own thing:
What emotion are you trying to convey?
How does it feel as an abstract design?
What other things is the design like? (Does it look/feel like something else? Not too sure about this Q here...)
What visual rhyme can one echo through their piece?