What do you think about any type designing ? Is it a copy from nature ?
Any type designing is not a design copy from nature. It is a design as the name implies that uses any type of design principles and forms.
OK. But when considering a particular painting, it will be a copy from nature
Some paintings may not really be a copy from nature except it is tagged "Nature Painting". painting is simply an expression of colours on any format according to the artists aesthetic feelings and thoughts.
ya There are two types of paintings are available, that is the painting may be a copy from nature or from imagination of painter
Design comes from creativity of the designer!. Can be day dreaming looking at trees, watching your pet dag or cat or even in some of the foods you prepare and eat. You can get fresh ideas, every day around the clock, if you look around you. Many designs created in the industry of textiles and home decorating accessories, start from plants, animals, our toys, almost anything you can think of , can be used in some way in "Design"!
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