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Mankato Minnesota

Shared Drawing Final

TermDefinition
This element refers to the surface quality [roughness or smoothness] Texture
This element has three properties: Hue, Intensity and Value. Color
This element refers to a continuous mark made on a surface. Line
An enclosed space defined by other elements of art. May look 3 dimensional but is not. Form
This element refers to the distance or area between, around, above or within things. Space
A feeling of visual equal weight. Balance
Relationship of bigness to smallness. Proportion
Achieved by using similar elements throughout the work. Harmony
Repeating shapes or colors to show movement. Rhythm
Shows action, moves viewer’s eye through the work. Movement
Differences in the work. Variety
Developing points of interest to pull the Viewer’s eye to the important parts of the work. Emphasis
All parts equal a whole. Not disjointed or confusing. Unity
The awareness of objects, relations or qualities by means of the senses and influence of previous experience. Perception
A drawing that portrays the essential movement, disposition or masses of a subject almost instantaneously. Often accomplished by using a “scribbly line”. Gesture Drawing
The line that represents the edge of a form. Contour Drawing
The act of doing a contour drawing without looking at your paper. Encourages artist to learn to view subject rather than representation. Blind Contour
The relationship of part to part in a realistic drawing. For example: Legs are not too long for the size of the body. Proportion
A way to portray forms on a two-dimensional surface so that they appear to project from or recede behind a flat surface; a means of creating the illusion of spatial depth in the figures or forms. Foreshortening
A drawing or painting of a group of inanimate objects. Still Life
A drawing or painting of countryside or land. Landscape
Side view of a face Profile
Series of parallel lines used to indicate shading or volume in a drawing Hatch
A series of intersecting sets of parallel lines used to indicate shading or volume in a drawing Crosshatch
A series of dots grouped to indicate shading or volume in a drawing Pointillism
Evenly spaced lines running both vertically and horizontally at right angles that are used to aid in viewing special relationships from reference material to drawing or painting Grid
Using a photograph or source of information to draw or paint from Reference
Describing volume or dimension by incorporating value through use of various techniques such as hatching or crosshatching. Shading
The relationship of all design elements within a format. Composition
Drawing from life Observational Drawing
Created by: hfitzs1