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Kaleidoscope

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Toby Gerard

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope Project Vocab
Most Examples of Kaleidoscopes are cicular or.......RADIAL
Think of other radial things; pizza, rims, spyder webs, etc
We are going to use some math
in our art!
XY Axis
4 Quadrants
Your Kaleidoscope can be
Radial
Or
Rectangular/Square
Symmetry=When two objects are the SAME on both sides
Asymmetry=When two objects are DIFFERENT on both sides
Mirror Image Symmetry=When two objects are same on both sides,
but they have been REFLECTED over an axis

Its also called Reflection Symmetry
Gradient/Shading
Linear or flat gradient
Radial gradient
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