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Emotional Shapes Revisited

Emotional Shapes Revisited

Taking another look at shapes that evoke emotion

I love this exercise, and I would love to do it as often as I can. It embraces the core of visual storytelling.

Alas, we could only take time in our class to do it once more for practice.

By the way, click here to find out the story behind these pieces of art.

 

Just like last time, go ahead and guess in the comments section below. I’ll include the answers in the next blog post.

(Remember, as an audience member, you cannot guess wrong. It’s up to me as the artist to try to find the right way of describing an emotion to you via shapes. So put me to the test!)

Also, let me know which ones are your favorites!

 

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