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Elements of Art
Transcript of Elements of Art
: the use of hue in artwork.
: the study of spectrum colors and their interrelationships.
Monochromatic Color Scheme
: color scheme that only uses one color from the color wheel and the tines, tones, & shades of that hue.
Elements of Art
: a mark that goes from one point to another point.
: a visual boarder of a shape or figure.
: a line made with loose movements.
: a drawing made which defines the perimeter of a heavy line.
: a tentative and/or rough drawing.
: as a quality of a line refers to the thickness or heaviness of a line.
: a flat image that has limited dimensions of length and width.
: 3D image on an one dimensional surface.
: the area around the object.
: the area the image takes up.
: the space the image is not taking up.
: lightness to darkness.
: the gradual change in value from one tint or shade to another.
the surface quality of an object.
: texture that can be seen but not felt.
: short marks all going in one direction.
: short marks that form X's.
: A controlled scribble.
: using dots to create a image.
: stippling but done using colors.
Analogous Color Scheme
: 3-5 hues that are next to each other on the color wheel.
: hues that are opposite from each other on the color scheme.
: yellow, red, & blue.
: orange, green, & violet
: Yellow-green, Yellow-orange, Red-orange, Red-violet, Blue-violet, Blue-green.
: brown, white, black, & grey.
: Another word for color.
: White is added to a hue.
: back is added to a hue
: green, blue & violet
: red, orange, & yellow
: primary & secondary colors.
Principles of design:
the tools to make art
the parts of the image are organized so that one side mirrors the other.
when one side of the composition does not reflect the design of the other.
when all the elements and principles work together to create a feeling of wholeness.
when no one part of an artwork overpowers or seems heavier than ever.
the relationship between objects with respect to size.
the comparative relationship from one part to another with respect to size, quantity, & degree.
Birds Eye View
Worms Eye View
Little Dutch Masters