Composition is “the act of combining parts or elements to form a whole.”
The goal of good composition is to intentionally arrange the elements and parts of your drawing to better engage with your audience, sustain their interest and elicit a response.
Good composition feels right, we can instantly tell if something appears balanced and in place. When we see an image with good composition we feel at ease, where as if we see an image with bad composition, it makes us feel irritable and doesn't sustain our interest. Good composition can also fortify the story behind the artwork.
The aim of this generator is to practice all of the main rules of composition and various elements that can support composition, so that when it comes to drawing or painting our own ideas we have the ability to make sure the composition is strong, and that we create or design images with intent to engage with our viewers.
There are various generator types to prompt a range of fun tasks to help you learn. You should read and watch the Composition Tutorial from the Drawing Fundamentals Crash Course before practing composition.
This is the main generator designed to make you think about combining fundamental rules of composition, different compositional elements and various types of visual interest. When you consider the 'main focus' and 'sub focus' subjects and how to fit them together with the variables displayed, you're essentially forced to practice the fundamental of composition without getting lost or confused. These tasks will help to guide your drawing. Just follow the criteria suggest.
This art tasks generator is extremely playful and fun. You'll be tasked with creating various compositions that utilise the shapes of letters from the Alphabet. You can get creative and think about composition in a new way!
Formal Sub. Div
This generator will prompt you with art tasks to help you practice the formal sub division composition technique.
Informal Sub. Div
This generator will prompt you with art tasks to help you practice the informal sub division composition technique.
Examples of Composition Tasks
.PSD File to work in + .JPG image of Grid
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