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 Symmetry any form that can be divided along a central axis and yield two identical halves. Overlapping occurs when an object conceals from view part of itself or other objects positioned behind it. Cropping occurs when part of an image is cut off by the edge of the picture plane. Proportion refers to size relationships, such as comparing the width of a form to its height or the size of one form to another. Contour Line define the internal and external edges of forms. Contour lines can vary in line weight to depict an illusion of volume. Picture Plane refers to the imaginary plane through which artists view their subject. This plane also corresponds to the two-dimensional surface upon which a drawing is created. Viewpoint this is a general term that refers to the location of your eyes in relation to the subject. Full View this occurs when the subject is parallel to your viewpoint. Foreshortened View this occurs when the subject is not parallel to your viewpoint. Fore-short-en-ing: his refers to the visual compression of an object’s dimensions when it is viewed at an angle to the picture plane (or at an angle to your viewpoint). Ellipse the shape of a foreshortened circle. Pencil Measure the technique of using a straight edge to measure proportions within the subject. Subject, Subject Matter this refers to the identifiable things (objects, landscapes, figures, etc.) depicted in a drawing. Sighting the process of visually measuring proportion, shape, and position in the subject. Cover Sheet a blank sheet attached to the front of a drawing to protect its surface. Cross Contour move a-cross the surfaces of forms and emphasize volume. Value refers to relaltive degrees of lightness and darkness. Value Scale a visual scale that depicts a progression of value change from black to white. Value Foundation a quick, general rendering of the light and shadow in your subject using only three values: dark gray, middle gray, and white. Chiaroscuro Developed during the Italian Renaissance, this is a theory or technique for applying light and shadow to create an illusion of form and depth Highlight where the light source directly hits the object Cast Shadow where the light is completely blocked by the object on the surface it sits on Reflected Light the light reflected by the paper from the light source