In this episode of film studies, we'll take a look at three core parts of a composition: foreground, middle-ground, and background. Beginning with stills from movies and then abstracting them down into these three graphic shapes can be an eye-opener for your sense of composition. Additionally, once you've stripped the context out of a scene it becomes more versatile personal reference for your future illustrations.

And make sure to check out the rest of the Film Studies series.

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AuthorMatt Kohr
CategoriesComposition