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Published on Feb 7, 2007
Music by BadlyDrawnBoy: http://www.badlydrawnboy.co.uk/home.html A painter needs to think of the orderly processing of areas. As much as possible one should work from large areas to small, more or less setting up to hold these areas with negative areas. While doing this, keep in mind some elements of a painting cannot be handled this way, and must be painted topically. A few minutes of thought before diving in allows the artist to decide on the approximate order in which the various elements are to be processed. Generally speaking, the best way to realize this is to think from the foreground to the background. These thoughts may ask you do the work from front to back. If that's the case, just let it happen. Having said that, it's best not to get hung up on rigid formulas or theories, because it's really the fresh, happenstance and casual flourishes that tend to make art interesting.