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The drawings of Leonardo da Vinci

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The Secret Ingredient of Beautiful Compositions: Hidden Connections and Implied Lines Beautiful composition affects you, even when you don’t know how it’s been done. I'm going to describe for you a very practical technique for improving your compositions that you can start applying right away. Today, if you want.

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