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Elements and Principles of Design

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Sara Brink

on 10 September 2012

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Transcript of Elements and Principles of Design

Horizontal Line In this picture, the horizontal lines
make the room look bigger a type of line that runs left to right Elements of Design Line Vertical Line a type of line that runs up and down Diagonal Line a type of line that slopes These diagonal lines give the room
a feeling of movement Color The reflection of light on a surface Color can affect the mood of a room Value the different tints and shades of a pure color The pure color is red, and
it has many shades and tints These lines make the room look taller Form Three-dimensional look and feel of an object This 3-D object shows form Curved Line Line with rounded edges This table gives the room a natural feel Texture Tactile Texture Texture that you can feel The texture of this pillow is fuzzy Visual Texture Texture that is implied, but not real This hardwood floor looks like
it has texture, but it is only implied Shape Geometric Shape A two-dimensional object made up of lines This couch is made up of circles
- a type of geometric shape Nonobjective Shape does not make any recognizable object or shape This painting does not contain any particular objects.
It could give a room a sense of movement or flow Natural Shape represents shapes seen in nature This table could be perceived as clouds Space Actual Space Pictorial Space Making a two-dimensional space
look three-dimensional This wall mural can give a wall a sense of depth Illusionistic Space Space used to make a room look bigger or smaller The vertical lines and the shadows in
this room make it look spacious Principles of Design Contrast being strikingly different The dark walls and the
white furniture show contrast Emphasis having prominence in a room In this room, the emphasis
is on the bed Movement the sense of motion The swirls in this clock could give
off a suggestion of movement Pattern A repeated design The design on this pillow shows pattern Unity all the pieces in a room fit together The furniture is united with the wallpaper Rhythm A repeated pattern of movement This rug has a pattern
and shows movement Balance Symmetrical looking identical on both sides This area has the same objects
on the left and right of the picture Asymmetrical placement of nonidentical objects
on the left and right of a room This room is not symmetrical,
but it is still balanced Radial Balance balance that is focused around a center point In this picture, the furniture is
settled around the table and the rug Visual Balance Balance that is pleasing to the eye This space shows that the weight
is evenly distributed and is visually pleasing Real, genuine space This space does not pertain to any illusionist
or pictorial tricks. The space is pure and real Thanks for watching! (:
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