Path of a moving point, actual or implied. Can imply direction or movement
Lines which appear calm
Lines which seems assertive, or denote growth and strength
Lines which are the most dramatic and imply action or emotion
An enclosed line, a 2D area with identifiable boundaries
Shape like a circle or a square
Shape which is irregular as in nature
3D area with identifiable boundaries
The concept of positive and negative space is ambiguous one line can have to shapes
Who is known for Figure-Ground Reversal
Shading and modeling
How to create mass
Closely spaced parallel lines
Parallel lines which intersect
Dots spaced far and close for dark and light
During the renaissance the triangular composition provides unity and balance
Reveals the material world to our eyes in a way that helps us understand forms and spatial relationships
Leonardo da Vinci "The Virgin and Saint Anne with Christ child and John the Baptist"
Relative lightness or darkness of a hue
Italian for "light/dark" the contrast of light and shadows
Made up of the colors refracted by Sir Isaac Newton's prism
Sir Isaac Newton
Who refracted colors of the prism?
Name of the color
Hue + White
Hue + Black
Relative purity of a color
Colors convey emotion
Variations of the same hue (picasso)
Directly opposite on color wheel
Opposite of Red
Opposite of Orange
Opposite of Purple
Adjacent hues on the color wheel (warm/cool)
Three equidistant colors on color wheel (Pet Mondrian)
Dots of pure color that tend to mix in our eyes (optical mixing)
Cultural and personal
Emotional response to color are...
Surface quality can be actual or implied
Thick application of paint to create real texture
Created by a regular or expected repetition
Can only be implied in 2D work
A pervasive system of making forms diminish in size as they recode. Made from many lines, starts with a vanishing point.
Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper
An example of linear perspective
Time of the earliest photography
Visual phenomenon, an elongated object projecting toward, away from viewer. Appears shorter than its actual length, as though compressed.
Helps images of nature look more realistic by painting things in the distance blue
Leonardo da Vinci
Who developed the atmospheric perspective?
near, middle, and far distance
Leonardo's five compartments- what we see is put into three categories...
Opposite of other two perspectives (not 'real' looking) Often used to tell stories or illustrate something important (Asian Art?)