Asymmetrical Balance


Well, let’s look at this abomination forever.

Here’s something I made in Google Drawings as a short assignment. Asymmetrical balance is the idea that two sides of an image heavily differ from each other, and they still provide a sense of balance. Using the line, shape, the ‘Shift’ key, and scribble tools, I created this image to replicate asymmetry. This is the sun and the moon. Obviously cartooned, and both are used to represent different times of the day. I filled up space on the outsides of the main focus by adding common traits of both. This gives the picture a greater illusion of balance.

I did pretty well for a mediocre program.

(I internally cringed when I found no eraser tool.)



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