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Principles of Design

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Jodee Johnson

on 22 March 2010

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Transcript of Principles of Design

Principles of Design
Repetition & Rhythm
Contrast
emphasis
balance
scale & proportion
unity
a feeling of oneness created by repetition
difference in elements

Examples: light vs. dark
bright vs. dull
geometric vs. organic
etc.
a place that is dominant
a feeling of equal weight on both sides of the composition
symmetrical - both sides are the same
asymmetrical - both sides are different
scale = size
proportion = size relationships
repetition = use and reuse of an element
rhythm = a structure caused by repetition, like a pattern
unity can be made by repeating...
movement
how your eye travels
around an artwork
How to create a place of emphasis:
1. Center object
2. Make object larger
3. Make object different
colors
textures
forms
shapes
& values
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