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Elements of Design Portfolio

Examples of all 14 elements of Design.

Tia Shaw

on 24 September 2012

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Transcript of Elements of Design Portfolio

Crowded Space Both of my pictures are examples of crowded space. You too much going on and not enough space. The crowded space makes your eyes wonder all over the place. In both pictures, the two rooms are well-spaced. There's room to walk, play, dance (etc.) There is enough room to even add extra things. Well Spaced Room Crowded, visual patterns are shown in my two pictures. Its not the room is crowded, its the patterns in the room that make it look crowded. High Mass
These two pictures are perfect examples of horizontal lines, the lines lead your eyes across the room. Horizontal Lines Low Mass just means very simple. My two pictures are nothing but simple and/or boring. Low Mass Vertical lines add height. Height is added to the windows, which forces you to think it's much higher than it really is. The edges of the diamonds on the floor and the diagonal lining on the wall are examples of diagonal lines. It adds a exciting feeling. Diagonal Lines A curved line is part of a circle. If you completely expand and connect a perfectly curved line, it becomes a circle. Curved lines add a softening, peaceful effect. Curved Lines The trash can and the bench are real forms because they look like the real thing and could be accepted as the real thing. Abstract Form This trash can and the bench don't look like the real thing but is known to be the real thing, only because they are altered to not look so much like the real thing. Geometric Form Geometric form uses squares, rectangles, circles and other geometric figures to create form. My two examples, a clock and a fire extinguisher box, are really just a ordinary circle and rectangle. Free Form Free form is random and flowing. Adding a plant to a room is just your own FREEstlye being done. Smooth Texture Smooth texture has a very flat feeling. You can see it but cannot feel it. The door and the floor are great example because you can see the texture but when you reach to feel it its just a smooth feeling. Rough Texture Rough texture is the way a surface feels to the touch. You can see and feel rough texture. The side of a rock walling and the Freshman stairwell are surfaces that not only looks rough but feels rough. Vertical Lines Realistic Form THE
END (: Natia Shaw Elements of Design
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