How do You Create Movement in a Painting?


Creating movement in your painting sounds great—but what does that actually mean, and how do you do it?

We all know you can’t really create movement in your paintings—everything you brush onto your canvas is physically stable and will not move once it’s dried. However, with the clever use of some compositional elements, you can at least create the illusion of movement, adding even more depth and interest to your art.



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