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E's And P's Questions

What are the elements of design? Color, Shape, Lines, Texture
What are the principles of design? Balance, Proprtion, Emphasis, Rhythm
How does texture affect color? The color can make you look thinner or bigger
What is the principle repition? Rhythm
What kind of textures increase a persons body size? Bulky, Thick, Shiny, Fuzzy, or Wrinkled
What do diagonal lines suggest? A more sophisticated yet dramatic look. Diagonal lines increase peoples attention.
How does texture affect color? The color can make you look thinner or bigger
What are the three types of rhythm? Repition, Gradation, and Radiation
What is the difference between horizontal and vertical line? Horizontal lines run side to side while vertical lines run up and down
What are the two thing texture involves? All parts look as if they belong. The E's and P's of design working together
What is harmony? How is it achieved?
What is proportion? Proprtion is how one part relates to the size of another in relation to the size of the body
What is symmetrical balance? Example? When something is exactly the same on both sides. Ex. A solid colored t-shirt
What is emphasis? What is another word for it? Emphasis is the focal part of a garment. Also called the center of interest
What is another word for asymmetrical balance? Informal
What is another word for symmetrical balance? Formal
What is the differnce between gradation and radiation? Radiation is how a garment reflects light while gradation is
If the elements of design are considered the "tools", what are the principles of design considered? The rules
What is asymmetrical balance? When something is juat a little different of both sides. Ex. One shouldered items
What are the four types of lines? Curved, Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal
Created by: AgnesaDika