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Designing a Non-Objective Composition

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Mary Catherine Peeples

on 1 November 2013

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Designing a Non-Objective Composition
Draw one large shape that breaks up the entire background. That shape should run off all four sides.
Add medium sized shapes to help emphasize the desired compositional rule.
Create your focal point.
Make sure it is on the 9-Zone Grid, no matter which compositional rule you are illustrating.
Add any other small shapes that will enhance your piece (add to the composition meaningfully)
Do: Make sure your shapes
have unity and variety!
Don't: Draw more than 6-10
shapes in your design.
Do: Overlap your shapes and let them run off the page.
Don't: Create a symmetrical design. All designs should be asymmetrically balanced.
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