Series Twenty-one: Translating Textures
Textures are clusters of small shapes covering a form or plane. In order to translate texture, we must first define these. To do this we set the directional patterns using gradations and value contrasts while paying attention to modulating color.
Patterns of textures are found either on planes moving in space or on forms. If on planes, we pay attention to the gradation of texture created by distance. If on forms, we honor the value gradation from center light into shadow. This series addresses these two major behaviors of texture.
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