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What is design? To plan, to organize
Why is art called creative fields? There are no predetermined correct answers to the problems
What are form and content in art and design? Form is purely visual; content implies the subject matter, story, or information
What are the three activities involved the design process? Thinking looking doing
What does “form follows function” mean in design? Purpose defines the look and shape of an object
What are included in a constructive model for critique? Description, Analysis, interpretation
What does “proportion” mean? Proportion refers to the elative size, size measured against other elements or against some mental norm or standard.
Why do we use scale and proportion in design? Scale and proportion are closely tied to emphasis and focus point
. What are three types of lines? Give examples of each. Actual, implied and psychic
What are line directions? Horizontal, vertical, diagonal
what does different line direction imply? H- quiet and repose V-potential of activity D- strongly suggest motion
What do “figure” and “ground” mean? Figure- an object or foreground element Ground- the space or volume between figures or forms
What is a nonobjective shape? Shape with no object reference or subject matter
What are are positive shapes? any shape or object distinguished from the background
What are negative shapes Unoccupied area or empty space surrounding figures or boundaries
Created by: hansons2013