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E's & P's of design

What are the elements of design? Line, Texture, Color, Shape/Form, and Pattern
What are the principles of design? Balance, Rhythm, Emphasis, and Proportion/scale
What is the principle repetition? a repeated pattern or design
How does texture affect color? Something that is not identical on each side but equal in visual weight
What do diagonal lines suggest? if vertically diagonal it can give the illusion of height or if horizontally diagonal, width.
What do curved lines suggest? a rounder face and add a soft graceful affect to design of the outfit
What are the three types of rhythm? horizontal lines go from left to right and vertical lines go up and down
What is symmetrical balance? Example? something that is identical on both sides and has equal visual weight
What is the difference between horizontal and vertical lines? how something feels when you touch it or how it looks
What are the two things texture involves? it compares one part to the whole or one part to another part
What are the four types of line? diagonal, horizontal, vertical and curved.
What is emphasis it is where your eyes are drawn to in a particular outfit. it is also known as a focal point
What is another name for asymmetrical balance? informal balance
What is the difference between gradation and radiation? gradation is different tints and shades fading together. radiation is one point where the the design lashes out increasing in size.
If the elements of design are considered the "tools", what are the principles of design considered? rules.
Created by: Claire.Goetz