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Two kinds of shapes
- organic
- geometric
Two kinds of balance
-symmetrical
-asymmetrical
A dot moving in space is a
line
What element of design shows value and mass?
Form
Four ways to show space
-Overlapping
-Perspective
-Change in value
-Change in size
List the 7 elements of design
-line
-shape
-form
-color
-value
-texture
-space
List the 7 principles of design
-balance
-movement
-rhythm
-contrast
-emphasis
-pattern
-unity
Two types of space
-positive
-neagtive
What principle of design directs the viewers eye through a piece?
movement
Repetition of visual movement- colors, shapes,or lines
Rhythm
Refers to the difference in values, colors, textures, shapes, and other elements
Contrast
Used to create dominance within a piece through a focal point.
emphasis
Uses the art elements in planned or random repetitions to enhance surfaces of paintings, or sculptures.
Pattern
Provides the cohesive quality that makes an art work feel complete and finished.
Unity
An area that is contained within an implied line , or is seen and identified because of color or value changes.
Shapes
What element of design depends on light
color
What element of design refers to dark and light
Value
What element of design refers to surface quality both simulated and actual.
Texture
A three dimensional volume that can be empty or filled with objects
Space
The subtractive primary colors are:
-Red
-Blue
-Yellow
The additive primary colors on the color wheel
-Red
-Blue
-Green

(RGB)
What are the seconday primary colors
-orange
-green
-violet
Halfway between the seconday colors on the color wheel.
Tertiary colors
Using dark, mediums, and light values of a single color
Monochromatic
Adjacent colors on a color wheel
Analogous colors
hue + black
shade
hue + white
tint