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The space created outside the outline of a shape. NEGATIVE
The space created inside the outline of a shape. POSITIVE
A difference that one can see when things are compared or put side by side. CONTRAST
The outline of a figure or surface; shape. CONTOURS
Whatever is held or contained in something CONTENT
An empty area or place. SPACE
The form of the outer surface or edge of an object. SHAPE
A picture or design made by altering the texture of a hard surface and using it to print colours and shapes. PRINTING
To twist out of shape; change the way a thing looks. DISTORT
To cover or go over part of. OVERLAP
A flat or level surface. PLANE
A place or spot that allows a particular range of sight. VIEWPOINT
Something that is of or produced by nature; not made by humans. NATURAL
An arrangement of shapes, lines, letters, numbers, or colours that can be repeated or used again and again. PATTERN
To do again. REPEAT
Created by: artyspice