“Fixed tableau” means the composition of the painting and its placement within the space are all pre-determined by a set of rules.
The rules are fairly simple. Each of the pieces in a fixed-tableau painting must be painted the same color and placed in a space that is the same size as the one used in the painting.
The only difference between fixed tableau pictures and free-hand pictures is that fixed-tableau pictures can be used as a reference for the art director (and the artist). Whereas free-hand pictures must be painted by hand, which is another thing entirely, you can use your own painting as a reference and still use the same composition to create a fixed tableau.
We can use the same painting to make a reference for the artist for the same composition, or we can make a reference for the artist for the same composition but make the painting more difficult to achieve by painting it from multiple angles and then moving the original painting to the new location.
The advantage of using a fixed tableau is that you don’t have to worry about keeping the painting consistent from frame to frame, and so you’re not limited to using a single color.
The use of fixed tableaus is really just one of those things that can be used to create an illusion of depth and complexity. Because the artist can only paint from a single vantage point, they can paint whatever they want in the same composition and then move the original painting to a new location. This is great because it creates a sense of depth and repetition. The other advantage is that you can make the original painting easier to achieve.
Although it does have its downsides. For example, the illusion of depth can be an issue if the original painting is smaller than your mind can perceive. It can also be hard to put a new location in the middle of the original painting. Once you start using fixed tableaus you might want to experiment with changing the position of the painting on the tableau.
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A fixed tableau is a great way to create a new painting for a room. It’s usually a two-part painting: the original painting is the base with the new painting, and the new painting is on top of that.
For example, if you wanted to create the painting for a room in your home that has a lot of storage and a few windows, you could paint a simple fixed tableau of the two. The new painting would be on top of the tableau and would be the closest match to the original painting. It could even be that the new painting would be the exact same color as the original painting.