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The Principles of Design

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Karanveer Padda

on 9 September 2013

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Transcript of The Principles of Design

The Principles of Design
Unity is the linking relationship of the elements of a picture which allows them to work together
Contrast allows us to emphasize or highlight key elements in your design.
What is unity?
What is Contrast?
Making an element dominant can be
done through size and color.
What is Harmony?
Harmony is what connects everything in a picture putting them together as what you see making the picture equally important
Principles of

A gradual change from dark to light values or from large to small shapes would be called gradation.
The Principles of Design

What is Balance?
A large shape close to the center can be balanced by a small shape close to the edge. Balance provides stability and structure to a design. It’s the weight distributed in the design by the placement of your elements.
What are the
Principles of Design
What is Gradation?
Large objects dominate smaller ones and warm colored objects dominate cooler pale colored objects.
Andrew Chevolleau
Karanveer Padda
Manpreet Brar
Rayhanna Asgarali
Kyle Jongman

Is the reusing of the same or similar
element throughout the work of art
using pattern and variety to make the
piece of art seem active and have character.
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