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Foreshortening

Foreshortening

Foreshortening is a technique used in visual arts, particularly in drawing and painting, to create the illusion of depth and perspective by depicting objects or figures as if they are receding or extending into space. The difference between it and between the chiaroscuro style is that in foreshortening the artist uses anatomy and physical views more than light and shadows to creat a sensation of movement and 3d dimensional figures, it involves distorting or shortening certain parts of an object or figure to give the impression of it projecting or receding at an angle towards the viewer.

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