Image 1:  The process of stylization of the “Bird and Nest”(2018) by Zahari Hamidon

Stylization
and stylized (or “stylisation” and “stylised” in (non-Oxford) British English, respectively) have a more specific meaning, referring to visual depictions that use simplified ways of representing objects or scenes that do not attempt a full, precise and accurate representation of their visual appearance (mimesis or “realistic“) (Wikipedia, 2018)

Image 1 above shows an attempt by an artist on the stylization of the “Bird and Nest” which mainly based on the different angle of the leaf. The sketches show the progress of the work focuses on a technique that enhances the ideas. For me, thoughts and method need to be dynamic in nature. Usually, artwork cannot be done overnight.

Reference:

Wikipedia (2018). Style (Visual Arts). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Style_(visual_arts)

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Dr Zahari Hamidon is currently an Associate Professor at Cluster of Education and Social Sciences | Learning Technology at Open University Malaysia. He is a Head of Centre for Learning Technology and a Program Director for Master of Instructional Design and Technology (MIDT), Open University Malaysia

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