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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? the rules that govern how we use each of the elements of design in any given art work
What is the principle repetition? the rules that are given you must follow.
How does texture affect color? the texture affects the color because it can make the color look different and make the color have a different such as sequins.
What type of textures increase a persons body size? shiny or glossy (reflect more light), thick, bulky,shaggy, fuzzy,wrinkled.
What do curved lines suggest? adds a soft, graceful eeffect to designs, rounded collars popular use of covered lines, and square face will appear more round.
What do diagonal lines suggest? add interest to a design, vertical slants create illusion of height, and horizontal slants create illusion of width
What are the three types of rhythm? radiation, gradation, repetition
What is asymmetrical balance? Example? it is not symmetrical a one sleeved dress or a a difeferent patterned dress.
What is the difference between horizontal and vertical lines? horizontal lines lead the eye from left to right but vertical lines lead the eye up
What does harmony mean, how is it achieved? All parts look as if they belong together.
What are the two things texture involves? Tactile and visual
What are the four types of line? vertical,horizontal,diagonal,curved
What is proportion? how the size of one part relates to the size of another part
What is symmetrical balance? Example? both sides are exactly the same a mirror image of each other. for example a palin shirt that is the same on both sides
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,shape, or garment
What is another name for symmetrical balance? formal balance
What is another name for asymmetrical balance? informal balance
What is the difference between gradation and radiation? one is color the other is texture
If the elements of design are considered the "tools", what are the principles of design considered? Balance, proportions and scale, empahasis,rhythm and Harmony
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