5.0 Altered-Progressive Sequence (Preview)

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progressive_sequenceAltered-Progressive Sequences are everywhere. Cross your fingers. Watch water come to a boil. View clouds going by. This could be the stuff that dreams are made of; the stranger the dream, the more altered the sequence. It’s all about the scrambling of an otherwise rational, gradual sequence of visual elements, whether by one degree or by several. 

It’s your turn! Create your own version of an alteredprogressive sequence through the vehicle of your choosing: photography, painting, drawing, digital tools, mixed media, etc.

Below are examples of altered-progressive sequences. Click through each image to find relevant Pinterest details.

When you’re done, post to the Exercise Blog and share: Facebook, Pinterest, Flickr, or Instagram.

An applied example of the exercise. “The Blank Signature” by Rene Magritte. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/488077678340527915/RoyaltyPentagram arrowsRodchenko compassPicasso

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