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4 basic methods of 3-D construction
1) casting
2) construction
3)modeling
4)carving
total effect of a work of art
unity
how elements relate in a work of art
composition
assortment of lines, textures, shapes, and colors to add interest
variety
regular repetition of lines, shapes, color, or patterns to bring about movement in a "composition"
rhythm
relationship of the size of one to another or the whole thing
proportion
way of combing elements to produce the look of action or cause the viewers eyes to sweep over the work
movement
combing similar elements in artwork to accent similarities
harmony
combing elements by using a series of gradual changes in the elements
graduation
use of opposing size and shape, contrasting colors, or other means to draw attention to certain areas or objects in work of art. To establish a focal point
emphasis
same but not identical
approximate symmertry
radiates from a central axis
radial balance
things are visually balanced but not even
asymmertrical balance
things on either side of the center line are equally balanced
symmetrical balance
arrangement if the parts of an artwork to create a sense of equilibrim
balanced
wanderig line
mendering line
response of vision to a wavelength of light
color
texture are suggest by the way the artist has done certain areas
simulated texture
how something really feels to the touch
actual texture
surface, quality "feel" of an object
texture
shapes fromed around or between objects
negative space
space the actual object takes up
positive space