I taught my students negative space from the time they
drew their first still life. I spent a lot of time
sticking my hands through negative spaces and
"drawing" the shape in the air for them.
The fact that I kept saying the negative space was
just as important though really seemed to stick best
when they made tesselations- The obvious success of
the ones done correctly really demonstrated that a
shape could be defined what surrounded it.
Good luck! Dawn
--- Betty Bowen <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I have a headache. This batch of students, or at
> least 80% of them, just do
> > not GET the concept of negative space. I need to
> come up with something
> > totally different, take it from a different
> direction, maybe not even
> > involving drawing tomorrow. Any ideas welcome.
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