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SPACE

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on 16 May 2014

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Transcript of SPACE

SPACE!
A system for projecting the three dimensional world onto a two dimensional surface
Light
The way light shows on a figure can effect the amount of detail and color that is on it.
COLOR
To show the illusion of space, you can change the color difference. Take a green triangle for example. If one is closer to you, you will see the detail and color better, but when it is farther away, the color and detail is less defined, and is grayer.
horizontal
a strait line across(not up and down)
a suface

parallel
Two lines that go in the same direction, never crossing.
a path of

The path of a moving point.
SPACE!
PERSPECTIVE
Space is the system for projecting the the three -dimensional onto a two - dimensional surface.
A line that travels straight left and right.
Perspective: Drawing
Line
SIZE
Horizontal
Vertical
A line that goes straight up and down
Sturdy
Solid
Strong
Calm
Quiet
Horizon line: the line that separate the foreground from the back round.
Diagonal
A straight line that is slanted, sometimes connecting two corners of a shape.
Crazy
Vanishing point: the disappearing spot in a drawing, and things begin to appear smaller as things get closer to the vanishing point.
Exciting

Vocab
In art class, we made towns with vanishing points in which the items we made the buildings closer to the vanishing point smaller, to make them seem farther away. And made the building farther from the vanishing point bigger, to give the illusion they were closer.
WE MADE TIGREZ
TANKS FOH WAHTCING R PREZIII
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BAIIIII
Size can help show spce by making things apear to be farther away (when its small) or closer(when its bigger)
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