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Principles of Design
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The distribution of the visual weight of objects, colors, texture, and space
Refers to the path of the viewer's eye which takes the viewer though the work of art, often to different focal points. Can be orchestrated though the use of lines, edges, shape and color within the work of art
Juxtaposition of different elements in order to highlight their differences, and/or create visual interest or a focal point.
The regular arrangement of repeating elements or motifs
Refers to repetition of one or more elements with some variation to create a feeling of organized movement. Creates a mood like music or dancing.
Location a work of art in which the viewer's attention is being drawn
Refers to the part of the design that captures the viewers' attention. Can be achieved through placement, contrast, color, size, repetition, etc
Refers to the coherent visual harmony of an image. Common elements of art can be used in repetition to create a sense of harmony
Elements used on one side of the design are the same to those on the other side
The sides are different but still look balanced
Regular arrangement around a central point
Relationship of one object to another. This can apply to size, number, and parts in relationship to a whole.
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