Sunday, January 20, 2008

I got a puzzle for christmas and put it together the week of new years.  I was pleasantly surprised at how much I was able to learn about color harmony and the principles of unity and variety.  It was a puzzle of James Christensen's Parables painting he may not be a true master but seems to know what is doing with the art business.  As far as the color harmony and unity/variety goes between the 1500 pieces there was a lot of color harmony and the only way to tell the difference in the pieces was the slight variety in texture.  Puzzles are cooler than I remember.


paper-muncher said...

Daaaaang. I got a 1500 piece Tigger puzzle for Christmas. It was a photomontage, where the colors are made up of teeny tiny film stills...yeah. We gave up after five days and only 120 connecting pieces.

paper-muncher said...

P.S. Thanks for the congrats! Its funny, 'cause it was published back in September, but they just barely got around to mailing me the magazine.