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Digital Collage and Painting, 2nd Edition by Susan Ruddick Bloom

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2 Important Considerations Before You Begin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unifying Factors

Unifying factors cannot be underestimated. They are not big and flashy additions, but they are frequently the glue that holds a composition together. Ideally, you would like to have a cohesive feel throughout a piece. Every item in the piece should appear to be woven from the same cloth. Collage is particularly susceptible to problems with disparate elements. Generally, collages are assembled from items taken from a variety of source materials. These items can come from photographs, magazine clippings, scannings, and elsewhere; frequently, the resolution of the images will vary. In order for your completed artwork to present a cohesive feel, you must consider the unifying ...

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