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elements of design: space, line, shape, form, texture, and color
principals of design: balance, emphasis, ryythm, proportion, and harmony
repitition: (principal) design is copied or repeated
how does texture affect color? it affects how the color is seen by others
what do curved lines suggest? adds soft, gaceful affect on the design
difference between horizontal, vertical, and radial balance: hoirzontal equal on top and bottom, vertical equal left and right, radial rediate out from design
what do diagonal lines suggest? action, movement, and excitement
space: (element) area provides a specific purpose- 2D or 3D
four types of rhythm: gradiation, radiation, repitition, continuous line
asymmetrical balance: (principal) parts are not the same but equal in visual wieght
difference between horizontal and verticle lines: horizontal makes room appear wider and shorter because it goes from side to side, while verticle lines makes rooms appear taller because it goes up and down
what is the golden mean? 3 to 5 ratio
difference between shape and form: (element) shape- flat 2D form- 3D
five types of balance: formal, informal, vertical, horizontal, and radial
harmony: (principal) all elements and principles of design work together in a design
what two things is texture involved in? touch and look
four types of lines: (element) curved, diagonal, horizontal, and vertical
proportion: (principal) each of the parts are the right size to belong to the whole
which of the five types of balance suggests excitement or interest? radial
symmerical balance: (principal) the same on both sides, equal
emphasis/focal point: (principal) center of attention, catches your eye
what happens when you use a continuous line? eyes follow that pattern
another name for symmetrical balance: (prinicipal) formal balance
another name for asymmetrical balance:(principal) informal balance
what is the difference between gradiation and radiation? (principal) gradation: designs increase/decrease in size radiation: lines or designs move out from the center point
Created by: caileyy19
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