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Principles of Design
Transcript of Principles of Design
Asymmetrical balance occurs when the two halves of an image, split on either the vertical or horizontal axis, compliment each other.
Emphasis is used to create the center of interest or focal point within a piece of art. A focal point is an area where the eye tends to center. It is the focus of the viewer's attention!
Balance in art is visual equilibrium, and relates to our physiological and physical sense of balance. A balanced composition results in visual stability.
Symmetrical balance occurs when the two halves of an image, split on either the vertical or horizontal axis, mirror each other.
Contrast is the difference between
used to create emphasis within a composition.
Rhythm can be described as the visual flow created by a pattern; it directs the eye as it moves through space by creating a path. The presence of rhythm creates
in a composition.
ELEMENTS OF ART
When elements are used in a harmonious manner unity is created. Unity can be achieved by using elements that are similar and by grouping them.
PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
Rhythm & Movement
Variety is used to combine different elements unexpectedly in one composition. This principle makes things interesting!