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Elements of Art


Fharis Richter

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of Elements of Art

Color Texture Space Value Shape/Form Definition - A mark with length and direction
created by a point that moves across a surface. Actual Line - usually an outline or
a line you can actually see. Implied Line- Lines are not actually seen. Contour Line - an edge Lines Can: Color Primary Secondary Tertiary or Intermediate Hue- a common name for
a color. Intensity - How bright or how dull a color is . Intense colors are bright.
Dull colors are created by mixing complementary colors. Color Schemes Analogous Colors
3 to 5 colors adjacent
to each other on the
color wheel. Triad Colors
3 colors spaced equal
distance on the color
wheel. Monochromatic
"one color" with
values of
that color. Complementary Colors are colors that are directly opposite on the color wheel. Warm Colors
Colors such as red, orange,
and yellow. These colors
remind one of fire or sun. Line Elements of Art Cool Colors
remind one of
cool things
such as water Color Value Value refers to how light or dark a hue is. Value can be used to create a strong contrast. Shade - is a color plus black Tint is a color plus white Texture Texture refers to the way a surface feels
when you touch it, i.e. rough or smooth. Implied texture-the illusion of actual texture Actual texture- the way something feels. The diagonal lines that come together
at the vanishing point. Space One Point Perspective Two Point Perspective Atmospheric or Aerial
Perspective Vocabulary Horizon Line Orthogonals Vanishing Point eye level diagonal lines that converge
at the vanishing point a point where diagonal lines
converge http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Arts/drawings/PerspectiveDrawing/OnePointPersp/OnePointPersp.htm http://www.mariaclaudiacortes.com/ Color Symbolism - Interactive Shape and Form Shapes are two dimensional surfaces
such as circles, squares, or triangles. Forms are three dimensional, like spheres, cubes,
and pyramids. Organic shapes and forms remind you of curves in
plants, clouds, people, and other naturlal forms. Geometric shapes and forms are usually precise and regular. These shapes and forms are used to suggest machine-made things or parts of the environment created by people. Charles de la Fosse
French, about 1680 Adriaen de Vries
Dutch, 1610 - 1615 negative and positive space
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