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Start by creating a sense of space or depth, with mood, color, lighting, or perspective, even in your rough sketches as a way to establish the focus and emphasis you want. Learn to think in terms of shape, perspective, atmosphere, light, and color, and remember that especially with modern or futuristic images, there are very few limits on shape or size of your structures. Your image may convey a shallow depth of field or it may encompass miles of space, in which case you must handle the elements with a strong use of picture-making fundamentals in order to maintain a sense of space, depth, scale, and proportion.
Make the choice based on what will most strongly convey your idea, and work up numerous studies if you’re unsure of the best solution. It will be time very well spent. Now is also the time to work out how the light will flow and move across your image, exactly what you want to reveal or conceal in your image, and how you want to lead the viewer's eye across the canvas. Think of your image like a song or dance, with rhythm, balance, flow, accents, pauses, and loud or fast sections, counterpointed by slow, graceful, and gentle areas.
If they were right in the first place, they don’t need changing, and if they were not right, you should not be progressing to the final painting until they are. 58 PICTURE-MAKING TECHNIQUES PERSPECTIVE, DISTANCE, AND DEPTH Perspective is really just creating the illusion of depth, or space, on a flat page or canvas. Anyone painting architecture must be familiar with perspective, and comfortable applying it. Definitions The rules for perspective are fairly simple, and consistent, as the following definitions and illustrations show.