Computers by Jasmine Jennifer McAlpine is an illustration that uses subjectivism and conscience to express thoughtfulness and relaxation. It is a sketch of commonplace objects that was made electronically with paint and charcoal on a canvas measuring 17 by 11 inches. Clip Studio Paint Pro by Smith Micro Software, Inc., was used to create the illustration.
Subjectivism in Computers is developed by perceptions of activity from the computer and emptiness of the love seat. Conscience is developed by depth of field from the grid on the floor and contrasts between warm and cold colors. Subjectivism and conscience in Computers create intuitions about home and communications. They develop illusions of actions and the passage of time.
Subjectivism and conscience create a sympathetic atmosphere. They inhibit judgments, and conclusions. Actions appear to be inclusive of causes, and sexual desires are projected into the subject. Computers illustrates sensory consciousness, and motivations. Basic design displays simplicity, and foundational relationships reveal introspection. Sexual excitement and intellectual conflict are depicted with form and function.
Computers is a sketch of disparate objects and patterns that creates a sense of timeliness and profitability. The sketch is meant to orient dissimilar ideas into new perspectives of complex ideas. Colors and depth of field are combined to create a sense of physical intimacy.
Computers by Jasmine Jennifer McAlpine.
Published by Dirty Little Claws, Inc.
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