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How the Masters Used Dynamic Symmetry – Picasso “The Frugal Repast”

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Hey everyone, huge thanks for all of the support! I’ve got an exciting video where I show you how Pablo Picasso used dynamic symmetry in his amazing etching called “The Frugal Repast.” I analyzed his masterpiece, drew out the dynamic symmetry grid onto my paper, adjusted his design, and finished drawing it with pencil.

You’ll learn how he used his dynamic symmetry, and other design techniques like the Law of Continuity, arabesques, coincidences, and rhythm. In the video, I compare my redesigned drawing to his, and show you the progress as I work through it.

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