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Title: Elements


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Elements Principles of Design
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Elements of Design
  • The elements are components or parts which can be
    isolated and defined in any visual design or work
    of art. They are the structure of the work, and
    can carry a wide variety of messages.

Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
3
Line
  • Line is the path of a moving point. Lines can be
    vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved, angular,
    zigzag, bent, straight, interrupted, thick, thin,
    parallel, cross-hatched, or spiral. Lines can be
    implied, an outline showing the edge of something.

Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
4
Shape
  • The two-dimensional are enclosed by an outline
    height and width. Shape can be realistic,
    geometric, abstract, idealized, naturalistic,
    nonrepresentational, amorphous and biomorphic

Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
5
Space
  • The distance or area between, around above,
    below, and within things. Negative spaces
    surround positive shapes. Artist create the
    illusion of a background, foreground, and middle
    ground.

Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
6
Color
  • Hue
  • Primary colors
  • Secondary color
  • Tertiary colors
  • Complementary colors
  • Analogous colors
  • Intensity
  • Warm colors
  • Color colors
  • Neutrals
  • Tone
  • Tint
  • Shade
  • Monochromatic
  • Achromatic

Analogous colors
Complementary colors
Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
7
Form
  • The three-dimensional height, width and depth.
    Forms can be cubes, spheres, pyramids, and
    cylinders. Flowing asymmetrical forms are free
    form or organic.

Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
8
Texture
  • Real or actual texture
  • Implied or simulated texture those that can be
    felt painted or drawn texture
  • Texture can be slick, smooth, rough, velvety,
    satiny, bumpy,

Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
9
Value
  • Differences in hue or neutral ranging from the
    light to the darkest, for example, white to
    black.

Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
10
Principles of Design
  • Principles of Design are the different ways the
    elements of art have been used in artwork. The
    elements of art are organized by artist to create
    a composition.

Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Unity, Contrast,
Movement
11
Balance
  • The equilibrium or stability of various elements
    may be arranged formal (symmetrical) or elements
    may be arranged informal (asymmetrical). Radial
    symmetry arranges elements from a central point.

Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Unity, Contrast,
Movement
12
Pattern
  • An overall interplay of repeated or corresponding
    parts

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Emphasis
  • The center of interest or focal point, which may
    be the largest, brightest, or lightest subject.

Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Unity, Contrast,
Movement
14
Rhythm
  • Regular rhythm
  • Flowing rhythm
  • Progressive rhythm
  • Rhythm is the repetition or alternation of
    elements, often with defined intervals between
    them. Rhythm can create a sense of movement, and
    can establish pattern and texture. Regular
  • A regular rhythm occurs when the intervals
    between the elements, and often the elements
    themselves, are similar in size or length.
  • Flowing A flowing rhythm gives a sense of
    movement, and is often more organic in nature.
  • Progressive A progressive rhythm shows a
    sequence of forms through a progression of steps.

Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Unity, Contrast,
Movement
15
Unity
  • The harmony of all the visual elements in a
    composition. The feeling of completeness or
    wholeness of a balance and organized composition
    of the elements and principles.

Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Unity, Contrast,
Movement
16
Contrast
  • Contrast in art and design occurs when two
    related elements are different. The greater the
    difference the greater the contrast. Contrast
    adds variety to the total design and creates
    unity. It is what draws the viewer's eye into the
    painting and helps to guide the viewer around the
    art piece. Pos/neg,thick/thin lines,light/dark

Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Unity, Contrast,
Movement
17
Movement
  • When the elements are put together to have the
    illusion of movement and action. It invites the
    eye to go from one area to the next. Mobiles,
    video, film, and digital 3-D illustration have
    actual movement.

Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Unity, Contrast,
Movement
18
Elements Principles of Design
Line, Shape, Space, Color, Form, Texture, Value
Balance, Emphasis, Rhythm, Unity, Contrast,
Movement
19
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