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Art 6

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laura abrams

on 28 July 2016

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Transcript of Art 6

Elements of Art
The elements of art are the building blocks used by artists to create a work of art.

Elements are the "rules" of art that we use to check if our work could be more successful. We look to these "rules" and see how we can incorporate them into each art piece we create.

There are
Elements of Art.
Questions about the video......
Describing Color to a Blind Person
Question: In three complete sentences write about how you would describe color to someone who has never seen it before. What could you compare it to?
Line : a continuous mark between two points
Directional: Lines can be straight, horizontal, vertical or diagonal
Expressive: lines that show emotion and feeling

Is the art of doodling or a artistic meditation. They include complex designs and repetitive patterns
The range of lights and darks of a color
8Bit Art/ Pixel Art
any enclosed 2d area
Geometric Shapes: often use directional lines

Organic Shapes: often use expressive line
Tints and Shades
Complementary Colors
Color vs Black and White
how the eye sees reflected light
How something visually looks or feels
the area inside or around a object
a 3d area
Graded value scale
Tint: A pure color mixed with white
Tone: A pure color mixed with grey
Shade: A pure color mixed with black
8-Bit refers to the type of processor used in the first video games.
These processors were small and could only record a limited amount of pixels making the images look very simple
8bit, 16bit, 32, bit, 64bit
Real versus Implied Texture
Real Texture:

Texture that you can physically touch in the real world. Real texture cannot be represented here because a computer screen, even with the highest quality photgraphs can only create simulate textures. However for the purpose of prviding examples assume that these images are real.

Implied Texture:
Texture that can be simulated or invented. Simulated texture is the type that is created to look like something it is not. For example, in drawing or painting of a cat where its fur is made to look like real fur. Invented texture, on the other hand may look rough, smooth or any other feel but is purely made up by the artist. It does look like "real" texture.
Robot Requirements

1.Robot drawing plan
2.Creativity and details
3.Freestanding 12in
4. Painted all around
5.Craftsmanship Effort.
Texture Rubbings
Work in Progress

Burton Morris and Andy Warhol POPART
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