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Copy of Positive vs Negative Space

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Sarah Kitchen

on 28 October 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Positive vs Negative Space

Why do we use
Pos. and Neg.
Space?
Negative Space
Negative space is area around the subjects, or areas of interest.
Composition and Balance
Break
PLAN 3
Your Turn!
RESULTS
EXECUTION
RESULTS
Design and Logos
Pops to our eyes
SUCCESS?
SUCCESS?
NO!
WHAT NOW?
SUMMARY
RESULTS
SOLVED PROBLEMS
REMAINING PROBLEMS
NEW CHALLENGES
Asthetics
aes·thet·ics
esˈTHetiks/Submit
noun
1. a set of principles concerned with the nature and appreciation of beauty, esp. in art.
Drawing made easier
Positive Space/Shape
Positive space is best described as the areas in a work of art that are the subjects, or areas of interest.

Positive vs Negative Space
Positive and negative space play an important role in determining the overall composition in a work of art.
By understanding positive and negative space and applying your knowledge, you can become more successful in designing your compositions.

So what is positive and negative space?

Use Positive and Negative space
for syle's sake!
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