Elements of Art & Design “The Ingredients” Line Shape Form Value Space Color Texture

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Elements of Art &amp; DesignThe IngredientsLineShapeFormValueSpaceColorTexture</p> <p>Principles of Art &amp; DesignThe Recipe</p> <p>BalanceUnity &amp; HarmonyPattern, Rhythm, &amp; RepetitionVariety &amp; ContrastScale &amp; ProportionMovement Emphasis &amp; Focal Point</p> <p>BalanceThe visual weight of the objects in the picture</p> <p>Not balanced: Too many objects on one sideand not on the otherBalance3 Types</p> <p>Symmetrical (Formal)Asymmetrical (Informal)Radial</p> <p>BalanceWhere your image is taking your viewers eyes</p> <p>Keep your viewer looking for as long as possible: lead the viewers eyes around</p> <p>Movement</p> <p>MovementPattern, Rhythm, &amp; RepetitionPattern: Set of repeating elementsRhythm: Complicated pattern</p> <p>Like music: We are drawn to pattern and rhythm because of our heart beats</p> <p>Pattern, Rhythm, &amp; Repetition</p> <p>Unity &amp; HarmonyThe components of a work of art are perceived as harmonious</p> <p>Gives the work a sense of completion</p> <p>Everything is connected</p> <p>Everything feels like it belongs there</p> <p>Unity &amp; HarmonyVariety &amp; ContrastInteresting and Dynamic: Not Boring </p> <p>Different colors, values, lines, shapes, sizes, textures, patterns, movement</p> <p>Scale &amp; ProportionProportion: Size relationship of parts to a whole or to one another (The dogs head to the whole body)</p> <p>Scale: Relating size to a constant (The cat to the dog, vs. the rabbit to the dog, etc.)</p> <p>Cartoons break proportion on purpose: Learn rules of proportion before you break them</p> <p>Scale &amp; Proportion</p> <p>Scale &amp; ProportionEmphasis &amp; Focal PointThe most important thing in your piece</p> <p>Where you want the viewer to look first(Remember Rule of Thirds)</p> <p>Balance, Unity &amp; Harmony, Pattern, Rhythm, &amp; Repetition, Variety &amp; Contrast, Scale &amp; Proportion, Movement , Emphasis &amp; Focal PointStarry Night by Vincent van GoghSeven Principles of Design BalanceMovementPattern, Rhythm, RepetitionUnity and HarmonyVariety and ContrastScale and ProportionEmphasis and Focal Point</p> <p>Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh</p> <p>Principles of Design QuizStudy Guide18</p> <p>Balance</p> <p>Movement</p> <p>M.C. EscherKatsushika HokusaiPattern, Rhythm, &amp; Repetition</p> <p>Chuck CloseAndy Warhol</p> <p>Unity &amp; HarmonyVariety &amp; Contrast</p> <p>Scale &amp; Proportion</p> <p>Emphasis &amp; Focal Point</p> <p>Balance, Unity &amp; Harmony, Pattern, Rhythm, &amp; Repetition, Variety &amp; Contrast, Scale &amp; Proportion, Movement , Emphasis &amp; Focal PointStarry Night by Vincent van Gogh</p>