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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Several sketches have been drawn by Leonardo Da Vinci that lead to a final painting, the Virgin and the Child with St. Anne. On this sketch of possibly St. Mary, Leonardo employed Sfumato (a technique to apply smoke for forms rather than edges to separate light and shadow). There’s no edge. It should disappear by blending same tone throughout. This also shows the master’s methodology of keeping his sketches in notes way before he was given a commission to work on a big project

Several sketches have been drawn by Leonardo Da Vinci that lead to a final painting, the Virgin and the Child with St. Anne. On this sketch of possibly St. Mary, Leonardo employed Sfumato (a technique to apply smoke for forms rather than edges to separate light and shadow). There’s no edge. It should disappear by blending same tone throughout. This also shows the master’s methodology of keeping his sketches in notes way before he was given a commission to work on a big project
Several sketches have been drawn by Leonardo Da Vinci that lead to a final painting, the Virgin and the Child with St. Anne.    On this sketch of possibly St. Mary, Leonardo employed Sfumato (a technique to apply smoke for forms rather than edges to separate light and shadow). There’s no edge. It should disappear by blending same tone throughout.    This also shows the master’s methodology of keeping his sketches in notes way before he was given a commission to work on a big project
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3d street paintings
3d street paintings
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Get in the Game! Beautiful 3D Promotional Street Art by Design Inspiration Gallery, via Flickr
Get in the Game! Beautiful 3D Promotional Street Art by Design Inspiration Gallery, via Flickr
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