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Kaminski 2

Test Friday

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What are the elements of design? line, form, texture, and color
What are the principles of design? the rules that govern how we use each of the elements of design in any given art work
What is the principle repetition? It can increase or decrease the appearance of body size
What do curved lines suggest? soft, graceful
What are the principles of design? vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved
What type of textures increase a persons body size? a dominant focal point or center of interest in a garment or an outfit created by the use of line, shape, color, texture, and/or pattern. A pont for the eye to reston for a period of time. Also known as 'the focal point of fashion'
What is asymmetrical balance? Example? how the size of one part relates to the size of another part/whole item/body
What is the difference between horizontal and vertical lines? horizontal lead the eye left to right, wearer looks shorter/heavier; vertical lead the eye up, wearer looks taller/slender
What does harmony mean, how is it achieved? when both sides are exactly the same, a mirror image of eachother
What is emphasis? What is another name for it? a dominant focal point or center of interest in a garment or an outfit created by the use of line, shape, color, texture, and/or pattern. A pont for the eye to reston for a period of time. Also known as 'the focal point of fashion'
What is proportion? how the size of one part relates to the size of another part/whole item/body
What is symmetrical balance? Example? the "rules"
What is the difference between gradation and radiation? gradation is going from color to color or size to size, ??
Here is a sample question. I'm trying to get the errors from last weekend repeat. This answer is a sample.
It seems like the errors are not occurring right now. I'm doing the same thing I did with Jess last week...but so far no errors.
Created by: jessicakaminski