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Alex Suprowich Workshop Aerial or Atmospheric Perspective


Alex displayed samples and charts to explain the importance of value: high, middle, and low key along with high and low contrast to achieve aerial perspective in our paintings.

To apply these concepts we traced a scene in divisions and worked step by step, progressively shading to give the illusion of depth. Then we chose another scene and applied these principles using watercolour.

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