WORKING UPSIDE DOWN


No, I’m not drawing this abstract composition standing on my head!

Today’s featured drawing is a one-sixth part of an abstract composition that I have recently begun.

The drawing is upside down, because I find it much easier to work this way, especially if I’m starting the artwork from the top, which is the case with this work.

Whatever work you do, abstract or realistic, turn it upside down during its creation and especially when it’s finished. If it’s balanced it will look ‘right’, even the wrong way up!

Richard

About artkleko

artist, art curator, art teacher, art judge, art critic
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