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The outline of a shape/part of a shape Contour
Shading with two or more sets of crossing parallel lines Cross-hatching
An individual part/part of an item; a particular Detail
Having a smooth, even, level surface Flat
The 3D/solid nature of an object Form
Fine lines used in graphic arts to show shading Hatching
Areas that are strongly lit Highlights
A thin continuous mark applied to a surface Line
A visible impression, such as a spot Mark
The different values of light between the brightest and the darkest Mid-tones
The space that is created around a POSITIVE mark/shape Negative
A line marking the outer shape of an object Outline
A thin rod of graphite encased in wood Pencil
A deliberate mark/shape Positive
The lines or other marks used to fill in outlines to represent variations of colour or darkness Shading
Areas that are not lit or are hidden from light Shadows
The 2D/flat nature of an object Shape
An object that has a definite shape and volume Solid
A method of drawing or painting using dots Stippling
Having three dimensions – Height, Length and Depth Three-Dimensional
Different tones on the scale of light and dark Tonal values
A value on the scale of light and dark Tone
Having two dimensions – Height and Length Two-Dimensional
Created by: artyspice on 2011-03-20

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