Friday, March 06, 2009

Doodles: Picasso's room




This is just a quick doodle I made in Pages while thinking about something else.

The picture is made of several shapes with colour fill, gradient fill and masked images. On the wall: a famous portrait of Picasso with bread buns as his fingers and on the door is a copy of his drawing Femme.
The door is an edited rectangle shape. Curved arrow on the floor is in response to a reader's question about drawing segments and curved lines for blueprints. Read more about this in the article 'Curving lines and shapes make them in Pages'.

Shapes are superimposed and continously moved backwards and forwards to achieve desired effect (under Arrange menu).

Please read a more detailed description of techniques used here:
'How to design a folder'
and have a look at Femme drawn in Pages with a description of how-to here:
Obama, Blues Brothers and Picasso: yes, we can

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