3D Modeling A Unit 6 Vocabulary
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The process in typography of adjusting the spacing between two letters of any given font.
The notion of combining colors in a way that works well and is pleasing to the eye.
When an object appears full of light, bright, or shining, even in the dark.
The impression of light passing through an object so the background behind it can also be perceived(seen).
The shade or variety of color.
When black and white(grey) is added to a hue, changing the dark or light quality of the original color.
The process of adjusting the space between all letters simultaneously in typography.
The look, feel, and consistency of a real surface or substance.
The ability to draw solid object on a 2D surface so as tho offer the right impression of height, width, depth, and position in relation to each other.
The use of darkness to created an illusion of depth.
The feeling of light catching on something and shining back away from the object itself.
A visual representation of colors arranged according to their hues, or the chromatic relation they share.
A type of application that allows the users to interact with certain stimuli by projecting a realistic graphical representation, often in 3 dimensions.
The style and appearance of printed matter, especially words.
The progression of color specified by a range of positions-dependent hues.
What concepts must 3D artists play with when working with Blender in order to improve the technical abilities needed for 3D visualization?
concepts of lighting, texture, depth perception, and color.
the light that reflects from other surfaces onto the object at hand.
Types of lines that create guidelines for drawing objects in proper perspective.
a color scheme that is a good choice for beginning artists because it tends to be more forgiving overall?
In order to create a shading effect, what color must you combine with the chosen color to achieve a more shadowy appearance?.
What is the responsibility of a 3D modeler?
to build and create environments based on the details of the real world.
The anatomy of a typeface has its own
specific jargon, precise measurements, and general standards, just as most other elements of art and design
By using virtual environments to explore possibilities, user can
improve educational trainings and test outcomes.
the point on the horizon where the angular perspective lines of an object visually continue past its edges and eventually meet, or converge.
Objects become smaller and smaller the closer they get to the vanishing point, and can seem to disappear or vanish entirely.
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