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Elements & Principals of Design

What are the four elements of design? lines, texture, color and shape
What are curved lines? They hold your attention and increase your body size
What are vertical lines? Emphasizes height, slimming/decreases body size
What are horizontal lines? Emphasizes width/increases body size
What are straight lines? Emphasizes height, decreases body size
What are diagonal lines? Increases body size, has a lot of drama/movement
What is texture? The one element you can see
What are some words that describe texture? Silky, smooth, rough, hard, soft, fuzzy, furry, dull, bulky, crisp, sheer, loopy
What are the two types of texture? Tactile and visual
Why is texture important? I can increase or decrease the size of a body
What are the five principals of design? Balance, Proportion/scale, Emphasis, Rhythm, and Harmony
What are the two types of balance? Asymmetrical and Symmetrical
What is Emphasis? The focal point of any outfit or what your eyes rest on a first glance
What is proportion? It is when an outfit suits a persons body size
What are the three types of rhythm? Radiation, Gradation, and Repetition.
What is harmony? The elements of design working together