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The Principles of Design

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Leeanne Tang

on 6 September 2013

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Transcript of The Principles of Design

Contrast
Contrast: To show differences between opposites. Ex. Complimentary colours, smooth & rough textures, black and white, etc.
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Repetition
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texture
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pattern
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The Principles of Design
Gradation
Gradation involves a gradual transition between two different colours, tints or shades.
Examples
Harmony
Harmony is the idea of using a predictable pattern or giving a simplistic look to an image. No part of the image stands out above the others It is a combination of similar elements or objects that looks like they belong together.
Common methods of gradation include blending, hatching, and shading.
Repeating her face over and over again is an example of repetition.
Repeating the colour on the socks and repeating the same picture into the picture frame is an example of repetition.
Blending
Shading
Unity
Unity is when all the elements in the space combine make a balanced complete whole. All the elements on the page fit/belong together and are consistent with each other in shape, style and colour.

It is often used as a way to avoid flat colours, to make backgrounds more interesting, and to make pictures either more realistic or abstract.
Balance is when the visual weight of the art is evenly distributed on the canvas to have a stable or balanced feel to it.
Balance
DOMI ANCE
The fact that they are holding hands with one another shows the unity in the picture.
symmetrical
asymmetrical
It can be created using contrast of colour, texture, size, etc.
The flowers show you how the different colours work together to look like they belong together.
These have the same weight on both sides though one has different image on the side
The Yin Yang symbol is an example of harmony because both halves must work in harmony to be successful.
Dominance is a particular focus given to one subject in an image
The difference between the black and white in this pictures is an example of contrast.
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