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Dynamic Symmetry: Major Area Divisions (MAD) vs Themes

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Welcome back everyone, thanks for joining in on this quick lesson. Much love for all of the awesome support!

Today we are going to quickly define the significance of Dynamic Symmetry Major Area Divisions (MAD) and themes of root rectangles…just in case you had some confusion. We’ve already covered a ton of information on dynamic symmetry, which can get pretty complex the further you dig into it, so it’s good to have these things documented for you to understand and for the future of your art. Let’s get into it!

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