The Five Processes of Art: All You Need to Know

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When creating an artwork, there are five essential processes you need to follow for better results. In today’s guide, we will discuss the five processes of art, which are;

  1. Visualization
  2. Evaluation
  3. Preparation
  4. Implementation
  5. Completion

Note: The processes mentioned above name can vary, but the meaning is the same.

 

 

Here are the Five Processes of Art

 

1. Visualization

Before putting an artwork on paper, it is essential to take time to visualize every detail in your mind. This technique is the first vital step to making an excellent artwork. Visualization will help to adjust several things before drawing or painting an artwork. In this way, this will minimize the risk of redoing an artwork again and again to get the precise final work.

2. Evaluation

The second process is about evaluating all the essential detail. Suppose you are drawing a landscape nature painting; you need to spend time assessing where the shadow will be on your drawing and where you will paint the sun. 

3. Preparation

The third step is to prepare everything, such as purchasing the appropriate canvas size, paintbrushes, colors, and other essential tools. The preparation is vital as this will help avoid the risk of leaving your work pending because you do not have something specific to complete the work, such as a particular watercolor.

4. Implementation

The fourth step is to implement the appropriate technique and rough drawing. For instance, several painting techniques exist in the world of painting, such as oil or pastel painting. Therefore, you need to know beforehand which style you will implement in your drawing since you cannot use multiple methods when doing artwork.

5. Completion

The last and fifth process is to complete the work. Here you need to have patience and perseverance since it takes time for an artwork to be completed. No matter what happens, you need not give up until you see the final result.

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