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Matthew's Art Project

A Prezi on design elements
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Matthew McCallum

on 11 October 2012

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Design Elements By Matthew McCallum Point Vertical Line A line that moves up and down along the page.
Vertical Line is represented in these pictures by the straight up bamboo stocks and the staff being faced straight up. Horizontal Line A line that moves side to side along the page.
Horizontal Line is represented in these pictures by the shingles on the side of the house and by the shudders in the windows. Diagonal Line A line that moves in any other direction than vertical or horizontal.
Diagonal Line is represented in these pictures by the diagonal walls of the building, and by the slant of the hand rails. Curved Line A line that is not straight.
Curved Line is represented in these pictures by the curved side of the guitar, and by the curved section of the desk. Cool Colors Are blues, greens and purples.
Cool Color is represented in these pictures by the use of the color blue and green. Warm Color Are reds, oranges and yellows.
Warm Color is represented in these pictures by the use of red, orange and yellow. Value The degree of lightness and darkness.
Value is represented in these pictures by the use of a dark background with a lighter sculpture, and the white sheet with the dark area under the bed. Shape A 2D area enclosed by lines or curves.
Shape is represented in these pictures by having a 2D area enclosed to make common shapes. Cramped/ Busy Space A space that is full of surrounding features.
Cramped/ busy Space is represented in these pictures by having a lot of small objects all around the pictures. Open/Uncluttered Space A space where there very little in the there.
Open/ Uncultured Space is represented in these pictures by having only a cat or a candle holder in the picture with little else to focus on. Smooth Texture When an object appears smooth.
Smooth Texture is represented in these pictures by having a lot of smooth rock pebble things, and by having a smooth shower wall. Rough Texture When an object looks rough.
Rough Texture is represented in these pictures by the fact that the statue is made of a rough material, and the cork board is rough. Symmetrical Balance When an object is identical on both sides of a center line.
Symmetrical Balance is represented in these pictures by making the design mirrored on a centerline. Asymmetrical Balance Radial Balance When an picture's components are arranged in a circular pattern.
Radial Balance is represented in these pictures by having all of the colored pencils arranged in a circle, and by having everything about the cup circular. Emphasis A technique that draws attention to a specific area or object.
Emphasis is represented in these pictures by having one of the pairs yellow while the rest are black, and by having the IPod bigger and silcer compared to the small black flash drives. Contrast The degree of difference between design elements.
Contrast is represented in these pictures by showing the difference between high and low contrast, and the eyes have a high contrast compared to the body. Regular Rhythm When elements are repeated with the same interval.
Regular Rhythm is represented in these pictures by having the fence pieces and the dimples repeat in the same interval. Random Rhythm When an element is repeated with a random interval.
Random Rhythm is represented in these pictures by having several columns of different sizes, and by having frames and crosses in random orders. Gradated Rhythm When an element is repeated, but the size is changed.
Gradated Rhythm is represented in these pictures by having the same dolls and coins repeated smaller and smaller. Graduated Rhythm When an element is repeated, but becomes closer or further apart
Graduated Rhythm is represented in these pictures by having the dots and mints get farther and farther apart. Proportion A relationship between design elements with respect to their size.
Proportion is represented in these pictures by not having any of the limbs be too big or too small. Unity The consistent use of design elements.
Unity is represented in these pictures by having trees with vertical lines and a background with vertical lines, and by having vertical and horizontal lines all over the picture. Economy The use of the minimum amount of elements.
Economy is represented in these pictures by having only a pair of headphones in the picture, and by having only a bat in the picture. A point has no dimensions.
Can be used to indicate position.
Point is represented in these pictures by having a point on them that draws attention to the points When objects are arranged to provide balance, but are not identical.
Asymmetrical Balance is represented in these pictures by having a big chess piece on one side, while there are a couple small pieces on the other side, and by having a giraffe on one side and a ball on the other. My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture My Picture
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