Still Life, Texture And Perspective (Part Two)

As in part one, I’m parking these in my digital sketchbook. These photographs have a relevance to me, and some do fit into the genre of still life, but I’m not sure if or how I would use or build upon these.










14 Replies to “Still Life, Texture And Perspective (Part Two)”

    1. It’s strange in a way, but I think I became more relaxed as I went along. Still life doesn’t have to be a repetition of what I’ve been told to believe still life is (school art lessons). I certainly got more into it on a personal level.

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