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Unity Within Your Composition – Law of Closure

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Part I

Unity is a necessity in every work of art, even if you only have one subject because, guess what….you have to unite them to the background and their surroundings. Many artists are concerned solely about the subject, but it’s your commitment to design to see the image as a whole. Knowing how each technique of unity works will give you the power to use them as needed, some being more applicable than others depending on your creation. We’ve already mentioned most of them throughout the analyzed works, but now we’ll go into further detail.

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