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    #495 Welcome back everyone, thanks for joining in today! I appreciate all of the support! Today we are going to be taking a very close look at birds for color theory, and comparing them to famous photos and paintings. Doing this will allow us to learn and be inspired by Mother Nature. Connecting the dots […]

Pablo Picasso – ANALYZED PAINTING #2




Welcome back everyone! Yes, I know, you may look at this painting and be amazed that it’s a Picasso. Not his typical style, but I believe this was before he developed one. Here’s a great BLOG that will show the evolution of his portraits. This analyzed painting should give you a great understanding of how you can incorporate design in what seems on the surface to be a simple portrait. If this were a photo, it would be looked at as an unflattering angle. Most of the time, with a slightly overweight subject you’d want to shoot from the top down to avoid any double-chin action, but I think this captures his mother in a genuine way.

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