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Design Principles and the Art Elements
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The darkness or lightness of a color. White added to a color makes it a tint. Black added to a color makes it a shade.
Horizontal, vertical, diagonal, straight, curved, dotted, broken, thin, thick.
Refers to the wavelengths. Refers to hue, value. Relates to tint, tone, and shade.
The area around, within, or between images or parts of an image. Relates to perspective. Positive and negative space.
(3Dimentional) Geometric and organic shapes.
The feel, thickness, appearance. How silky, smooth, rough, furry.
Special attention. Importance given to one part of a work of art. Emphasis can be achieved through placement, contrast, color, size. It relates to focal point.
The arrangements of elements to give the viewer the feeling that all the parts of the piece form a coherent whole.
The relationship between objects with respects to size, number, and so on including the relation between parts of a whole.
Rough verses smooth textures. Dark and light values in order to highlight their differences and or create visual interest or a focal point.
The use of recurring elements to direct the movement of the eye through the artwork.
A regular arrangement of alternated or repeated elements. (shapes, line, color, or motifs)
A feeling of balance results when the elements of design are arranged symmetrically or asymmetrically to rate the impression of equality in weight or importance.
2 Dimentional—flat geometric or organic.
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