The Picture Plane 2

The Picture Plane 2
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  • Of course, with such extreme boundaries, few icons can truly be 100% realistic, cartoon, or abstract.
  • Let's take a look at some of these mixtures.
  • Realistic and Cartoon
  • Mr Morris, from his comic of the same name, could possibly be a real person, if he were a bit more detailed. 
  • However, he is not completely basic. His defining features are his glasses and beard.
  • We therefore place him in the middle of the representational edge.
  • Realistic and Abstract
  • The Legend of Zorro uses shading to create the mysterious Zorro. His facial features are a bit exaggerated, but there is still detail.
  • We'll place him between realistic and abstract, on the retinal edge.
  • Abstract and Cartoon
  • Her wide circle eyes define her as abstract, but her long neck and simple look (except for her nose) give off a cartoon vibe.
  • The comic strip Agnes features many queer-looking characters; the title character is no exception.
  • She is a mixture of abstract and cartoon along the conceptual edge.
  • Let's take a look at a real picture plane!
  • Thanks for reading! I hope you learned something!
  • Adrienne Boone 2018
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