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Lesson Posted on 09/10/2019 Art and Creativity IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator

Story Book Illustration

Steffi S.

I am a teacher... I am homr /tutor home tution since 3 yrs ... I am certified in BVA ...my key skills...

This type of story illustration can be done for kids and for physically abled kids....through illustrator
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Lesson Posted on 25/05/2019 IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator

Masks in Adobe Illustrator

Sajid Holy

As a design instructor, I bring my years of experience to help my students strengthen their creativity...

Mask literally means to hide. We already know about clipping mask where you draw a path over the image or shape and then hide the unwanted areas. Tip: You can also use Effect > Stylize> Feather which will soften the edges of the shape or image which is inside the mask, or otherwise. (The result... read more

Mask literally means to hide. We already know about clipping mask where you draw a path over the image or shape and then hide the unwanted areas.

Tip: You can also use Effect > Stylize> Feather which will soften the edges of the shape or image which is inside the mask, or otherwise. (The result will be a raster, the max is 250pt)

In the terminology of masking, black means to hide, white means to reveal, gray means to partially hide.

  1. I pasted two images on the artboard, one on the top and another at the bottom, they are partially overlapping each other horizontally in the center.
  2. On the top image, we will draw a shape (rect) which will cover that entire image and we will cut that shape.
  3. We will still keep the top image selected and will go to Window > Transparency SHIFT+CTRL+F10
  4. Click on the top right corner of the transparency panel and click on Make Opacity Mask, you will now see a tiny black thumb which accompanies the thumb of the image in the transparency panel. You will also see a tiny chain or link icon which is connecting both of the thumbs. At the same moment you will see that the image is no longer visible and you have 3 buttons, release, clip and invert.
  5. You will click on the black thumb and you will go to Edit > Paste in Front
  6. Now go to Gradient panel and confine the gradient only to black and white and you can change the angle per the need, for example 90 degree. How much portion of your image is visible within the mask is decided by the volume of black and white in the gradient panel, if you want to reveal more you will obviously drag the stop of the white slider in the gradient ramp more.
  7. If you want to totally hide the black area, you will click on the black stop in the gradient panel and you will make its opacity 0%.
  8. Remember till now you are in the mask mode, so you have to exit this mode by clicking again on the thumb of your image in the transparency panel.
  9. You can also disable the opacity mask to temporarily hide the applied effect.
  10. You can release the opacity mask if you no longer need it.
  11. Once you are done with all the above steps and you exit the opacity mask mode, if you feel the need to again edit the mask, you have to again go to the transparency panel and click on the mask thumb and edit the gradient.
  12. There can be masks inside the mask, for example first you may need to apply clipping mask, and then you use opacity mask and then again if you feel then need to apply clipping mask you may do so, this can be done as many times as you need. When you need to access the inside portion or the subject, you may double click on the masked object. You can also use the direct selection tool to select the objects inside the mask.

You can increase or decrease the opacity of the shadow, can decide the distance between the target shape and the shadow (which is called offset) and can also decide the blurness, as well as color/darkness of the shadow. This is further controllable through the apperance panel.

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Lesson Posted on 25/05/2019 IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator

Freeform Gradients in Adobe Illustrator CC 2019

Sajid Holy

As a design instructor, I bring my years of experience to help my students strengthen their creativity...

Freeform Gradients in Adobe Illustrator CC 2019 As usual, we know that when we double click on the gradient tool or when we navigate to Window>Gradient, it pops up the gradient panel, and when we click on the gradient bar, it fills the color either in linear or radial mode. Apart from these 2,... read more

Freeform Gradients in Adobe Illustrator CC 2019

As usual, we know that when we double click on the gradient tool or when we navigate to Window>Gradient, it pops up the gradient panel, and when we click on the gradient bar, it fills the color either in linear or radial mode. Apart from these 2, the new update is freeform gradient.

One of the new features in Illustrator CC 2019 is named Freeform Gradients (Diffuse Gradients). The new Freeform Gradients allow you to create natural and photo-realistic gradients. Gradients can be created using points or lines. All you need to do is to click on the canvas to add points which can be moved and adjusted.

In other words, we can call it simplified mesh.

There are 2 methods to deal with the freeform gradient, either you will use points or lines.

If you are using points, it will generate a new color stop on the object with every click and when you double click on that stop, directly on the shape, it will give you live editing on the shape itself, which can be dragged in the desired direction, and if you do not need one of the stops just click on the trash button.

When you use the line, it will give you controls as if you are moving the colors from one point to another with direct selection or pen tool or anchor tool. Remember, we are not talking about these tools, but the controls it gives are like this.

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Lesson Posted on 05/11/2018 IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator IT Courses/CAD IT Courses/Corel DRAW

Let's enjoy

Dheeraj Kushwaha

I have sound knowledge of Adobe Creative cloud CC 2018. I deal in many creative domain such as Graphic...

Hello to all! How's everything? Diwali is near but no fireworks :( Yes, we have to avoid to reduce pollution so I think why not we try to illustrate fireworks on Adobe illustrator. It is so easy even a small kid can do it. You are not believing. OK fine, let's start the tutorial. What will we use... read more

Hello to all!

How's everything? Diwali is near but no fireworks :(

Yes, we have to avoid to reduce pollution so I think why not we try to illustrate fireworks on Adobe illustrator. It is so easy even a small kid can do it. You are not believing. OK fine, let's start the tutorial.

What will we use in this tutorial?

  • Pen tool
  • Gradients. That's it.

Step by Step tutorial now:

  • Open a New Document (CTRL/CMD + N)
  • Select the Rectangle Tool (M) and make sure the colour is set to black and cover up your artboard.


  1. Take your Pen Tool (P) and create a line with a slight arc. To start a new line just hit the Enter key to stop the pen tool from creating another segment. Continue to do this until you make it all the way around in a circle.
  2. Now that you have your lines in place Select all of your strokes go into your Stroke Panel and on the very bottom of the Stroke Panel, there is a Profile Dropdown. It has different options of line thickness. Select the one where it’s pointed on the end and fat in the centre. Once you have the stroke profile and depth that works for you Expand your strokes OBJECT -> EXPAND

  3. With your fireworks still selected let’s Group (CTRL/CMD + G) it all together. Now go into your Gradient panel and in the Type dropdown make sure to make it Radial. It is where you can be creative with your colours make sure your inner colour is white, and the exterior colours are something somewhat bright! The possibilities are endless!
  4. Once you have the colours, you like you can copy and past the firework graphic and change your colours in the Gradient Panel. And there you have it!

Wishing you all to have a colourful joyful Diwali . Keep Chilling

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Lesson Posted on 20/11/2017 Tuition/BA Tuition/Graphic Designing &Visual Images IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator IT Courses/Corel DRAW +1 IT Courses/Graphic Designing less

Illustrator or Corel Draw? Clash of the Titans!

Ron

I am an enthusiastic and friendly Designer and I can help you to develop your graphic skills. I specialize...

Barring the DC vs Marvel, which is better, debate; nothing has quite vexed the minds of people as the timeless uncertainty of CorelDraw or Illustrator. When it comes to these two vectors based software most of the graphics community draws a clear line as to which one triumphs the other. Illustrations... read more

Barring the DC vs Marvel, which is better, debate; nothing has quite vexed the minds of people as the timeless uncertainty of CorelDraw or Illustrator. When it comes to these two vectors based software most of the graphics community draws a clear line as to which one triumphs the other.

Illustrations are always quoting that theirs is an industry standard while Corellers maintain that just because something is an industry standard it doesn't necessarily mean its the best. Like how Goliath was the standard of strength and courage only to be knocked out by a much smaller and smarter David.

People who say Illustrator is an industry standard, mostly quote what they read online or for that matter, talk about it on an international level. Those with hands-on experience in Indian industries would know that CorelDraw is still used in a lot of firms.

I always maintain that a design software is like a pencil. You hold a pencil and it does what your brain tells it to do. That connection is a make or breaks for a fine artist or calligrapher. The output should be the representation of a visualized input. That being said, I'm sure no one would like to draw with a bad quality pencil if there's a better one around (though I've seen a very good friend just pick up flaky, brittle charcoal sticks and churn out masterpieces).

Corel and Illustrator are both big names. They've been tried and tested and quality wise, both are equally awesome. But like DC, Illustrator seems like it has to carry the weight of humanity around while Corel like Marvel has adapted to what the market needs.

Everything aside, when it comes down to a clash of the Titans and you have to bet your demonetized currencies on a savior, here's my unbiased opinion:

1. If you work is going to be mostly web-based, choose the illustrator. The best part about it is that you can copy paste an illustration straight from Illustrator to Photoshop. It's magic.

If you want to make print stuff, Corel away, as it is extremely friendly when it comes to large-scale type treatment and layouting (here's where InDesign comes into play, but we're strictly talking Illustrator vs Corel).

2. Do you like gradients in your work? Hail Corel.

3. Is your work predominantly illustrations? Choose illustrator, as it is very good for 'pen to paper-paper to digital' conversions.

4. Illustrator, if you're the type of person who likes to take a canvas and Picasso away.

5. Corel, if you like keeping a sketch pad and use different pages to visualize and reach your final masterpiece.

6. User Interface? Corel.

7. Exporting different file formats. They'd say its illustrator, but Corel is as good.

9. Diehard print fan? Corel

10. Color Management? Illustrator.

The list is long and I don't want to keep typing forever, so I'll stop at ten (as general lists go). So in conclusion, both are equally good for all said above as I've done pretty much everything on both and it's just a personal choice as to which glove fits your hand the best.

Deep down, I feel the Indian graphic universe isn't really black and white where Superman or Batman would easily swoop down and tackle a problem, but manifests itself a lot in the grey areas.

That's why I'd bet on Wolverine.

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Lesson Posted on 26/07/2017 IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator IT Courses/Adobe Photoshop IT Courses/Animation & Multimedia/2D Animation

Cup Of Tea With Adobe Illustrator

Dheeraj Kushwaha

I have sound knowledge of Adobe Creative cloud CC 2018. I deal in many creative domain such as Graphic...

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a quick and enjoying cup of tea with a tea bag using Adobe Illustrator. I’ll mostly be drawing shapes and using the Gradient Tool to accomplish the desired effect. If you’re familiar with Illustrator, you should be able to follow along relatively... read more

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a quick and enjoying cup of tea with a tea bag using Adobe Illustrator. I’ll mostly be drawing shapes and using the Gradient Tool to accomplish the desired effect. If you’re familiar with Illustrator, you should be able to follow along relatively easily.

Step1

1. Select the Ellipse Tool (L) from the Tool Panel and create two circles. One is white and the other is dark brown:

tea cup

2. Select the two circles and go to Object> Blend> Make (Alt+Ctrl+B):

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3. Select the Ellipse Tool (L) and create another circle then fill the circle with solid color and paste in front (Ctrl+F):

tea cup

4. Select the Pen Tool (P) and draw a shape then fill it with white:

tea cup

5. Select the Ellipse Tool (L) and create another circle then fill it with Radial Gradient:

tea cup

6. Create another circle and fill it with Linear Gradient:

tea cup

7. Copy the circle and paste it in front. Reduce the size and fill it with Radial Gradient:

tea cup

Step 2

8. Now in step 2, we will first create a shape using the Pen Tool (P) and fill it with black:

tea cup

9. Copy the shape and scale it a liitle bit. Paste it in front and fill it with Linear Gradient:

tea cup

10. Now create a shape using the Pen Tool (P) and fill it with Linear Gradient:

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11.

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12. Now create a shape using the Pen Tool (P) and fill with Linear Gradient:

tea cup

13. Create a shape, fill it with black and place it in front:

tea cup

14. Now create a shape using the Pen Tool (P) and fill it with solid black:

tea cup

15. Create a new shape and fill it with Linear Gradient color then place it in front:

tea cup

16. Now using the Pen Tool (P), create a shape and fill it with solid color:

tea cup

17. Add another shape and fill with black then reduce the opacity to 17%:

tea cup

Step 3

18. Now in step 3, we are using the Ellipse Tool. Create two ellipses, one fill with gradient and the other with solid color:

tea cup

19. Copy the ellipes and paste them in front (Ctrl+F). Make some adjustment and fill them with Radial Gradient:

tea cup

20. Copy and paste in front then reduce a little bit. Change the gradient:

tea cup

21. Create a shape and fill it with white:

tea cup

22. Duplicate (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+F) the shape and scale it a liitle bit then fill it with yellow:

tea cup

23. Copy and paste in front. Scale it a little bit and change the color to brown:

tea cup

24. Now create a new shape using the Pen Tool and fill it with Radial Gradient:

tea cup

25. Take the Pen Tool (P) from the Tool Panel and create the shape as it shown in the picture below. Make sure that endpoints match. You can adjust the position of endpoints by using the Direct Selection Tool (A): Fill the shape using Linear Gradient:

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26.

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27. Now use the Pen Tool (P) and draw the handle for the cup:

tea cup

28. Create a shape for the highlighting of the handle and fill the shape with gradient:

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29.

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30. Create a shape for the highlighting of the handle and fill the shape with white:

tea cup

31. Copy the shape and paste it in front. Scale it a little bit and fill with Linear Gradient:

tea cup

32. Create a shape at the bottom of the cup and fill it with gradient:

tea cup

33. Create a new shape and fill it with gradient. Change the Blending Mode to Multiply and Opacity to 25%:

tea cup

34. Create another shape and fill it with gradient. Change the Blending Mode to Multiply and Opacity to 25%:

tea cup

35.

tea cup

36. Create another shape and fill it with solid black. Change the Blending Mode to Multiply and Opacity to 15%:

tea cup

37.

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38.

tea cup

39. Create a new shape using the Pen Tool and fill it with gradient. Reduce the Opacity to 45%:

tea cup

40. Fill the new shape with solid black and reduce the Opacity to 13%:

tea cup

Step 4

41. Create a new shape for the Tea bag using Pen Tool and fill it with solid color:

tea cup

42. Copy the shape and paste it in front (Ctrl+F). Scale it a little bit then fill the shape with gradient color:

tea cup

43. With the help of the Pen Tool, draw some lines using yellow stroke color:

tea cup

44.

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45.

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46. With the help of the Pen Tool, draw some lines using yellow stroke color and reduce its Opacity to 65%:

tea cup

47. Using the Ellipse Tool (L), create a small ellipse and fill it with solid green:

tea cup

48. Use the Pen Tool to draw a shape and fill it with solid color then paste it in front:

tea cup

Step 5

49. Take the Pen Tool (P) from the Tool Panel and create the shape as it is shown in the picture below. Fill the shape with Radial Gradient and reduce the Opacity to 68%:

tea cup

50. Create another shape but this time fill it with solid yellow and reduce the Opacity to 68%:

tea cup

51. Draw two circles using the the Ellipse Tool (L), one is brown and the other is yellow. Create the shapes as it shown in the picture below. Group the object (Ctrl+G) and reduce the Opacity to 68%. Now press the Alt key and drag it to copy the object then release it to another place for pasting:

tea cup

Final Output:

tea cup

 

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Lesson Posted on 25/07/2017 IT Courses/Adobe Photoshop IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator IT Courses/Animation & Multimedia/2D Animation

How To Draw High Heels?

Dheeraj Kushwaha

I have sound knowledge of Adobe Creative cloud CC 2018. I deal in many creative domain such as Graphic...

Step 1: How big are the feet? You have the unfinished leg and have marked the floor level already.From the ground up draw a Centerline that’s a half-head long. If you are not drawing a whole figure, but just the foot it should be 4x the width of the leg just over the ankle.Use a small point to... read more

Step 1: How big are the feet?

You have the unfinished leg and have marked the floor level already.
From the ground up draw a Centerline that’s a half-head long. If you are not drawing a whole figure, but just the foot it should be 4x the width of the leg just over the ankle.
Use a small point to mark the middle of the line.
how to draw shoes

Step 2: Important “2:35”

Imagine the clock. If the Centerline was it’s arms the time would be 12:30. Right?
Now draw a second guideline with the same length as the first and make it show 2:35. Close it within an ellipse as shown in the illustration.

Tip: This tutorial is about drawing really high stiletto heels. If you want some more flat, comfortable ones all you have to do is move the “clock arms” to 3:40 or whichever height you prefer.

how to draw shoes

Step 3: Heel and Toes

In the upper corner of the ellipse draw a circle. Use the ellipse’s size as reference.
In the lower corner draw an ellipse that touches the Centerline. The 2:35 o‘clock line should pass through the middle of the ellipse. This is for the toes.
how to draw high shoes

Step 4: Draw the sole

Connecting the circle and the ellipse draw the foot arch. Note that under the heel the curve is straight.
Mark the place of the ankle. It’s situated closer to the Centerline than to leg’s outline.
how to draw shoes

Step 5: Ankle and guidelines

Draw the ankle and join the heel with the leg. Under the heel draw a triangle that will be used as guideline for the spike heel.
Pull a horizontal line from the heel circle’s midway and mark the middle of the toes ellipse.
how to draw shoes

Step 6: Draw the heel

Draw the heel. Use the little triangle to help you with the arch and make sure the heel is perpendicular to the ground surface.
Use the lines from step 5 to build the instep curve. The line pulled from the circle should mark the most bulging out section of the instep.
how to draw shoes

Step 7: Shoe guidelines

Finish the toe box and draw new “clock arms” pointing 1:35 this time.
how to draw shoes

Step 8: Shoe contours

Refine the shoe contour and don’t forget to make it wrap around the feet.
how to draw shoes
This was the method I use to draw high heel shoes. With practice you will find these steps easier and easier.
Are you ready to experiment with different hight and forms? Open your sketch book and have fun!

how to draw high heels

 


It doesn’t look right! Common mistakes:

how to draw shoes error how to draw shoes error fixed

Error 1: The foot came too large for this leg. Always make sure that the length of the Centerline you draw in STEP 1 is 4x the widht of the leg just over the ankle.
Be careful with the heel and keep it parallel to the floor. Better make it slightly curved inwards than outwards.

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Lesson Posted on 10/07/2017 IT Courses/Adobe Photoshop IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator

Nail Cutter Illustration By Adobe Illustrator

Dheeraj Kushwaha

I have sound knowledge of Adobe Creative cloud CC 2018. I deal in many creative domain such as Graphic...

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a nail cutter using Adobe Illustrator. I’ll mostly be drawing shapes and be using the Gradient Tool to accomplish the desired effect. If you’re familiar with Illustrator, you should be able to follow along easily. We will start by dividing... read more

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a nail cutter using Adobe Illustrator. I’ll mostly be drawing shapes and be using the Gradient Tool to accomplish the desired effect. If you’re familiar with Illustrator, you should be able to follow along easily. We will start by dividing the whole project into three parts. 10 to 15 steps are included in each part together with a separate layer. In the end, we will just arrange the layers and get the desired result. Now let’s start.nail cutter

Part 1

1. Select the Pen Tool (p) and create a shape and fill the object with Gradient Color.nail cutter

2. Select the Pen Tool (P) and draw a shape and fill it with Gradient color.nail cutter

3. Create another shape on the top using the Pen Tool(p) and fill it with the Gradient color.nail cutternail cutter

4. Create a different shape in the front and fill it with Linear Gradient.nail cutternail cutter

5. Now draw the gradient shapes using the Pencil Tool and place them at the bottom.nail cutter

6. Now create a shape using the Pen Tool (P) and fill it with linear gradient.nail cutternail cutter

7. Create a shape using the Pen Tool (P) and fill it with linear gradient.nail cutternail cutter

8. Now create a shape using the Pen Tool (P) and fill it with Gradient color. Make the opacity 77%.nail cutter

9. Create a new line using the Pen Tool. Stoke black with opacity of 54%.nail cutter

10. Now select the two black lines and go to Object > Blend > Blend Options. Choose 40 Specified Steps. Go back to Object > Blend > Make (Alt-Control-B).nail cutter

11. This time, select the two white lines and reduce the opacity to 71% and go to Object > Blend > Blend Options. Choose 40 Specified Steps. Go back to Object > Blend > Make (Alt-Control-B).nail cutter

12. Now we will be using the Rectangle Tool. Create a square and fill it with Linear Gradient.nail cutternail cutternail cutter

13. Create a shape and fill it with Liner Gradient color.nail cutter

14. Using the Pen Tool, create a shape and place it properly then fill it with Linear Gradient.nail cutter

15. Now create a new shape using the Pen Tool and fill it with solid white.nail cutter

16. Repeat the step but this time on the other side.nail cutternail cutter

Part 2

17. Take the Pen Tool (P) from the Tool Panel and create the shape as it is shown in the picture below. Make sure that the endpoints match. You can adjust the position of endpoints by using the Direct Selection Tool (A). Fill the shape using the linear gradient.nail cutter

18. Now use the Ellipse Tool (L). Draw a shape and fill it with solid color.nail cutter

19. Copy the shape and place it in front (ctrl+f). Adjust a little and fill it with Gradient color.nail cutter

20. Create a shape and fill it with Linear Gradient.nail cutter

21. Create a shape of solid Black.nail cutter

22. Create a new shape and fill with white.nail cutter

23. Create a shape at the bottom and fill it with white. Reduce the opacity to 32%.nail cutter

24. Create another shape and fill it with Linear Gradient and place in front.nail cutter

25. Copy the same shape and place in front (ctrl+f). Scale it up but this time, fill it with Gradient color.nail cutter

26. Using the Pen Tool, create a shape and fill it with Gradient.nail cutternail cutter

28. Copy the previous shape and place it in front (ctrl+f). Scale it.nail cutter

29. Now create a new shape and fill the shape with white.nail cutter

Part 3

30. Create a new shape using Pen Tool and fill it with linear gradient.nail cutter

31. Fill the new shape with solid white and reduce the opacity to 19%. Change the Blending mode to Screen mode.nail cutter

32. Now create a new shape and fill it with solid white. Reduce the opacity to 19%. Change the Blending mode to Screen mode.nail cutter

33. Using the Pen Tool, create a new shape and fill it with Gradient color.nail cutter

34. Copy the same shape and place it in front (ctrl+f). Scale it up but fill with Gradient color.nail cutter

35. Using the Pen Tool, draw a shape and fill the shape with Gradient color.nail cutternail cutter

36. Using the Pen Tool, draw a shape and fill it with white.nail cutter

37. Copy the previously created object and paste it here.nail cutter

38. Create a circle using the Ellipse Tool and place it properly.nail cutter
39. Now assemble all the parts and place them properly to get the final output.nail cutter

Final Output

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Lesson Posted on 25/05/2017 IT Courses/Adobe Photoshop IT Courses/Adobe Illustrator

Abstract Art

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Abstract Art Abstract art uses a visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition which may exist with a degree of independence from visual references in the world. Western art had been, from the Renaissance up to the middle of the 19th century, underpinned by the logic of perspective... read more

Abstract Art

Abstract art uses a visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition which may exist with a degree of independence from visual references in the world. Western art had been, from the Renaissance up to the middle of the 19th century, underpinned by the logic of perspective and an attempt to reproduce an illusion of visible reality. The arts of cultures other than the European had become accessible and showed alternative ways of describing visual experience to the artist. By the end of the 19th century, many artists felt a need to create a new kind of art which would encompass the fundamental changes taking place in technology, science and philosophy. The sources from which individual artists drew their theoretical arguments were diverse, and reflected the social and intellectual preoccupations in all areas of Western culture at that time.

Abstract art, non-figurative art, non-objective art, and nonrepresentational art are loosely related terms. They are similar, but perhaps not of identical meaning.

Abstraction indicates a departure from reality in depiction of imagery in art. This departure from accurate representation can be slight, partial, or complete. Abstraction exists along a continuum. Even art that aims for verisimilitude of the highest degree can be said to be abstract, at least theoretically, since perfect representation is likely to be exceedingly elusive. Artwork which takes liberties, altering for instance color and form in ways that are conspicuous, can be said to be partially abstract. Total abstraction bears no trace of any reference to anything recognizable. In geometric abstraction, for instance, one is unlikely to find references to naturalistic entities. Figurative art and total abstraction are almost mutually exclusive. But figurative and representational (or realistic) art often contains partial abstraction.

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