Saturday, March 31, 2012

Contrast vs. conservative

A conservative person fears contrasts. Contrasts draw attention to themselves. This Donald on the left has contrasts in sizes, widths and shapes. A small head, long beak, fat belly, skinny chest, feet that are longer than they are wide.

The Donald on the right has a beak that is the same length as its width, a head that is the same width as the beak, feet that are the same width as length, a chest the same size as his belly.

Donald has been toned down and evened out. The Disney style is the direct result of Walt's extremely conservative taste.

full lesson by John K: [link]

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