LIGHT VS. DARK
This is a tip for painters, but it's a good way to think about your process overall. It is easier to make something dark than to make something light. When mixing paint, start with the lighter color and add the darker one in small increments. A little black goes a long way.
In the bigger picture, the tip is to work slowly. Add a little pigment, see what happens, add a little more. Adjust your levels, make a print, adjust them again. Bump up your type a few points at a time. Think more about the subtle changes and the larger ones will follow.
Try mixing paint virtually. No palette knife needed.
The continuous representation of visual elements throughout a design help to create movement, rhythm, and consistency.
April 1- April 21
STAC Juried Student Exhibit
Reception April 11, 4:30-6:30
Mark your calendars: P. Yontz is holding an open painting studio on Friday, April 12 in Maguire 211.
DIGITAL IMAGING LAB
The DIL is looking for student workers for next semester. Priority is given to Work Study students. Contact P. Bellisio if you are interested.