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Shape Vocabulary 3
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a positive area with clearly defined boundaries
a shape without clear definition: formless, indistinct, and of uncertain dimension
shapes that suggest living organisms
using multiple views of an object to create a 3D effect including the 2D surface. (by Picasso and Braque)
a shape whose boundaries consist of curved lines
shapes with names
a shape that does not physically exist but is suggested through the connection of dots, lines, areas, or their edges.
illusion of 3-demensionality
art that tends to appear natural or real;
shapes that have height and width but no indication of thickness
A flat scupltural surface.
a shape whose boundaries consist of straight lines
an area distinguished from its surroundings by an outer edge or boundary
emphasizes fantasy and whose subjects are usually experiences revealed by the subconscious mind through the use of automatic techniques
creates the illusion of depth, as well as the dimensions of height and width
a flat surface or picture plane with the dimensions of height and width
1. An area lacking positive substance and consisting of negative space
A measurable amount of defined, three dimensional space
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