Friday, March 4, 2016
Too Close to See
It's like the more I focus on a particular shade/tone, the more it alludes me. I get too close to the project analyzing undertones and hues, and like zooming into a photo and seeing individual pixels, the more the math/science/formal becomes to complex and the result is mud.
And yet, when I back away and let the dye work its magic - well, there it is. Magic happens and glorious surprises await.
What accidentally came together in your projects when you stepped back?
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