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What’s the first thing you notice about an art piece?

Discussion in 'Creative Zone' started by awney, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. awney

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    Everyone has their own first impressions about artists and their art when they first look at a piece done by someone. What’s the first thing you notice about a piece of art? Is it the style/colors/linework/etc?

    I personally look more at the style before I pay attention to any smaller details. Colors are also a biggie. I love colors so much and I really love when artists make them pop
     
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  2. AeroHail

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    Colour schemes are the first thing I notice in a piece of art! Then expressions!
     
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    I haven’t really thought about it. I just kinda look at a piece of art.
     
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    The shading and anatomy, then the colour scheme after that.
     
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