An essay on basic principles for looking at and creating art.
1.<Tab/>What you know and what you see are two extremely different things. You know an object bends in a particular fashion, however the way the individual object is positioned possibly will not exhibit the bend you know it makes. In fact the bend may look like a totally straight line. You know from experience the seat on the chair is a square. You sat on many chairs, you've seen many chairs. But when that particular chair is put a certain angle you will not see the seat of the chair as a square. You will try to draw the seat of the chair as a square because you know from the…
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