The aspects of visual perceptions must be understood when we talk of
the mental ability of designer to generate images. Research has shown
that knowledge has been acquired by philosophers and psychologists in
the subject of visual perception. Very interestingly, philosophers and
psychologists have more clarity than visual designers about the process
of visual perceptions and visual images in the mind of an artist. Psychologists
as well as painters claim that they are not thinkers. Painters like
to call themselves as creators, doers and makers.
Most of the thinking is done between their work of art. Some external
force forces them to think about abstractions, for example the desire
to do something " new" or to "reject " what is existing,
is actually the aim of the visual artist or the designer. This search
for something "new" is, most of the times, an "accidental"
process. That is why most artists or painters feel that the success
that their work of art achieves is actually still to be received. And
that is why artists reject praise. Most of the philosophical reasoning
given by well-known painters has emerged after the paintings are done
and not before completion.
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