Composition Do's and Dont's
Simeon Genew gained his master degree in architectural design and engineering. He is currently a lecturer of graphics and multimedia at Tischner European University. He has 13 years experiance in the field of advertising and 6 years in the game industry.
“A well-composed painting is half done’ Pierre Bonnard (French painter, 1867-1947)
The goal to achieve “a pleasing composition” has a fundamental significance for your artwork. “Fundamental” is the exact word in this case, because your style and technique comes on top of it and no matter how advanced they are, you just can’t cover bad composition with it. Learn how to make interesting and intriguing arrangement of the visual elements of your artwork and how to avoid common composition mistakes. Grab the viewer’s attention, take him deep into your art and don’t let it go until you achieve successful exposure of the story and the emotions you want to present. Simply said: learn how to compose your scene effectively.