Thumbnail - LESSON - Morphing

Thumbnails are a way to think visually
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How to do one
1st Grab a concept idea image
You can write them down as you think of them or you can draw them down either after writing or as you think of them.

Concept, idea
what am I trying to say, what is my over all intention if I am sayin that I am saying nothing God, country, Art for art sake, to move fashion, public opinion.
2nd Q) At some point a thumbnail drawing will have to be done. SO, what are they?
A) A thumbnail is a small drawing 2 to 4 inches. They have NO details those are for other thumbnails.
Thumbnails are used to used to work out concepts ideas thoughts color changes what ever comes down the line. They are VISUAL THINKING.
They help you work out composition, even materials/media, techniques, you name it and it can be worked out visually.
Thumbnails, because they have no detail are quick drawings. They record thats all.

Thumbnails are a must!!
For every job that is creative, they are a must furniture, design work, landscaping, architecture, graphic arts, etc

While the earliest use of the word in this sense dates back to the 17th century,[3] the American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms is reported to have documented that the expression first appears in the mid-19th century to refer to 'a drawing the size of the thumbnail'.[4] The word was then used figuratively, in both noun and adjective form, to refer to anything small or concise, such as abiographical essay. The use of the word "thumbnail" in the specific context of computer images as 'a small graphical representation, as of a larger graphic, a page layout,
etc.' appears to have been first used in the 1980s.[3]
so there, to look it up. Thumbnails are visual note taking. They range in size and artist preference 2x, 4, or larger. I like 4x6, but that is me. They are good for black and white and color. Examples follow -


"Also Look up Frank Gehry Archtitect"

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