Composition Tip: Start Big

From Bill Tilton, in the January 1994 issue of The Artist’s Magazine:

Always start a painting or drawing with big shapes and tools—big brush, big charcoal or large graphite stick—anything that precludes your getting prematurely enmeshed in details. Beginning with something big forces you to see the underlying masses and shapes that tell viewers what the subject is.

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