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Title: Principles of Design


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Principles of Design
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Rhythm
  • Creates movement by the repetition of elements

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Types of Rhythm
  • Regular/
  • Alternating
  • Flowing
  • Random/ fallen leaves
  • Progressive

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Regular Rhythm
Andy Warhol, pop art
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Alternating Rhythm
Wayne Thiebaud, cupcakes
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Flowing Rhythm
Starry, Starry, Night/ Vincent Van Gogh
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Random Rhythm
In nature
In art/ Jackson Pollock, 8 Abstract Impressionism
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Progressive Rhythm
In art
In nature
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Movement
  • Creates the illusion of action

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Visual Movement involves the repetition of one or
more of the elements, Curved lines are often an
indicator of movement.
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Balance
  • Arranging the elements in an art work equally.

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symmetrical
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Asymmetrical
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Formal
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Proportion
  • The relationship of one part to the whole.

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                                                 Facial ProportionsHere is a list of standard facial proportions that can give you a good idea of what is 'average'. - The eyes are halfway between the top of the head and the chin.- The upper lip top is halfway between the eyes and the chin. - The corners of the mouth line up with the centers of the eyes.- The top of the ears line up on the eyebrows.- The bottom of the ears line up with the bottom of the nose.Remember, these are average values. Very few faces will follow every one of these ratios exactly, but if you make your sketches agree with them, you will get pleasing results.


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         Body ProportionsAt the right is a photograph with some of these common proportions shown. We should emphasize that these are averages, and will not necessarily hold true for every adult. In fact, what makes humans unique is that they come in a variety of shapes and sizes!However, if you want your sketches and drawings to look natural, using these ratios will help.The head width is used as a guide to shoulder width, which should be about three head widths.All of the other measurements are based on head height- The average adult is seven heads tall.- The top of the hips are four heads high.- The pelvic region is about one head high.- Elbow to fingertip is about two head lengths.- Wrist to fingertip is one head length.Leonardo da Vinci also used these ideal measurements when he was sketching the human figure. The drawing by da Vinci entitled 'Vitruvian Man' is based on a model of ideal proportions established by the ancient Roman Vitruvius.
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Variety
  • The difference or contrast of the elements

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size
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color
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shapes
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Harmony
  • Creates unity by stressing similarities of
    separate but related parts.

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Gradation
  • A gradual change in one of the elements.

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Emphasis
  • The main theme of the art work. The most
    dominant part.

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Unity/CompositionNOT A PRINCIPE
  • The look of oneness or wholeness in an artwork

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