Session 1A | Oct 31, 2016
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Session 1A | Oct 31, 2016

SESSION 2


Jose Angel

CLASSWORK (SESSION 2).

COLOUR COLLAGE.

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CENTRAL ALIGNMENT & SYMMETRY.

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DIFFERENT COLOURS & ASYMMETRY.

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STABILITY.

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RULE OF 1/3.

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RHYTHM & DEPTH.

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PEACE.

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ASYMMETRICAL CAN BE BALANCE TOO…

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HOMEWORK (5 COMPOSITIONS BLACK AND WHITE).

 

DOMINANT BY DIFFERENCE & CONTRAST.

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CENTRAl ALIGNMENT & MOVEMENT.

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ASYMMETRY & CHANGE.

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GROUPING & CONTRAST.

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EDGE ALIGNMENT & RHYTHM.

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Discussion

2 responses to “SESSION 2”

  1. Neko says:

    Hi thanks for posting. Some of the images look good, but one important general comment first: none of the images you posted comply technically with what was requested (read again the homework description in 1A post). The requirement was posting square images of size 1080x1080px, and all of your images are rectangular. Please make sure to fix that and always look at the technical requirements of the material you are delivering (not only in this subject but in general in your student and professional life).
    Having said that, there are some nice compositions you’ve made for asymmetry (from the classwork), stability and rhythm.
    Some of others are not so well representative of the keywords you’ve chosen.
    For example, edge alignment image has most of your elements centrally aligned (the elements along the left edge of the image). Please note that edge alignment doesn’t mean aligning to the edge of the document but aligning elements between themselves so that their edges match. Similarly, asymmetry and change really composition doesn’t really speak of none, if anything it looks very much like “mosaic symmetry”. The classwork for rule of 1/3 is also completely off (if you are confused about the use of rule of 1/3, check more resources online there are bunch of websites that will help). To conclude:
    – Always make sure technical requirements are met.
    – When working on compositions, try to pay more attention to what the -essence- of the keyword/principle you are working on and try to very clearly represent that in the image you’re making. Thanks :)

  2. Neko says:

    VERY IMPORTANT:

    : you are not uploading the images in requested format (.jpg, 1080x1080px). Please make sure to resize your image and upload again in order to complete the task. As I told in class, if work is submitted in incorrect format, it will not be accepted. See homework description at post 1A for details. Thanks!

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