Focus on vertical blending in background and foreground, and line in composition
Focusing your attention on creating a well-blended background is important. It is the make or break in a successful painting because this area is what directs the viewer to look at the focal point. A well-executed background can be accomplished in many ways. One way is to imagine the soft focus of a photograph of the woods. The background is a blend of soft fuzzy supportive graduation of color. The focal point are the vertical trees. Even though the trees are bold and upright, the surroundings take the viewer on a journey in and out of the trees.
Soft focus can be used with one image in the foreground such as a portrait or a single flower as well.
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