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He's pretty good.

Fragmented composition = the parts don't work together, the eye is not led through the picture in a coherent manner.

Values are lights and darks, i.e., whites, greys, blacks. Values are a critical component of composition; if they aren't composed well, the picture falls apart. (Hue is color, value is how deep the color is displayed. All pictures have values, but not all pictures have hue/color. Value is critically important.)

For every decent painting I accomplish, there's about 10 lousy ones. Swings and misses.

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