Below are the Uccello paintings that story is about. I see the defining stylistic feature as clear graphic shapes with understated modelling. For example, the main horse reads most strongly as a silhouette, even though it has a degree of modelling. This is generally true of all the horses, although the mid-tone horse to the right shoes a degree of backlighting - perhaps to suggest that, unusually for Uccello it is not seen in pure profile.
Typically for Uccello, it uses single-point perspective, and I stick to this in my comic. While they are impressive battle scenes, they are seen from outside the action, as if looking through a window. I reference this in my comic through Uccello's friend/rival Donatello, a sculptor known for reviving the classical style of sculpture 'in the round', who is less impressed than others by Uccello's approach to space.
I aim to reflect this in my rendering, by using single point perspective , and mainly flat colours with understated modelling. Following discussion with the tutor, I will look at overlaying age effects: for example a pale colour: a paper or parchment effect, etc.
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