Introduction to Cubism test 2

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Lesson 46. Introduction to #Cubism. We delve deeper into #surrealism with the art category of cubism. We talk about how cubism draws a lot of perspectives of the same object. Cubism started out with a very limited palate. Thus we will be using 1 Prismacolor colored pencill, Helix Institute Chandigarh Angle and Circle maker,

STAEDTLER compass and a ruler to create a #monochromatic picture of #circles, #triangles, and #lines. We talk touch on Pablo #Picasso and Georges #Braque as the pioneers in cubism. Sandy encouraged the viewer to watch #Disney’s #InsideOut. In it, Sadness laments about entering the #DangerZone in #Abstractness. With the magic of fast filming the 60 minutes it took to create this project has been reduced to 24 minutes of view time. Next lesson we will explore more ways to do cubism.

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