The things I paint are more real than the real ones. (Paul Klee)
The Visual Field is the two-dimensional space of representation in which forces, weights and figurative relationships act, and become capable to attract our attention and convey the message.
It is the magical Space of illustration, in which Time flows following the rhythms of perception, understanding and subjectivity.
Learning to organize the composition and knowing how to manage the relationship between the depicted elements is an essential basis for an effective illustration.
The course provides the basic elements for a correct visual representation, for the purposes of narration: how to position the elements, learning the rules of composition, strength lines, structural lines, direction, balances, weights and correspondences of form and color, as well as the rules of visual perception, hierarchy of vision and conventionality of reading.
Learn to organize visual composition and manage the relationship between the depicted elements for an effective illustration, suited to an illustrated book.
Formats, composition rules, strength lines, structural lines, direction, balances, weights, synesthesia and correspondences of form and color.
Rhythm and contrast, focal point
Rules of visual perception, hierarchy of vision and conventionality of reading.
Practical application of acquired notions.
The course is adressed to illustrators, enthusiasts, educators, teachers of all levels.
Realization of a composition.