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April 5 2002 at 2:29 AM
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Response to Size and "unused" space

..one can use empty space to bring in an atmosphere or a feeling. But actually there has to be something on that space, at least ground. Therefore detail that spot a little better than other spots that arent that open, even if its just bare ground or grass.

The reason this is more common in paintings is because of their two dimensional world. You can always use perspective and forced perspective in paintings.

The times one can succesfully use forced perspective in a 3D diorama are few. If one make a shadowbox on the other hand, forced perspective can be used very succesfully. This as the maker can controll the viewers view totally.

Janne Nilsson
IPMS-Stockholm

 
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