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Art Midterms

Midterms for Art, Vocabulary & Demos

TermDefinition
Shape A two-dimensional area with a boundary.
Value The lightness or darkness of a color.
Space The area around or within objects.
Line The path of a moving point.
Form An object that has three dimensions.
Color An element derived from reflecting light.
Texture The tactile quality of a surface; touch
Blind Contour Drawing a method of drawing widely used by art teachers, where an artist draws the contour of a subject without looking at the paper.
Contour Line Drawing an artistic technique used in the field of art in which the artist sketches the contour of a subject by drawing lines that result in a drawing that is essentially an outline
Schema Drawing what you see, not what you think you see.
Imitationalism The art of drawing an object exactly as it is seen.
Emotionalism The art of showing emotion.
Formalism Creating an abstract form of an object by splitting the objects into different parts and rearranging them into a different formation.
Craftsmanship How art is made in any medium.
Materials/Media Objects used to create art.
Typography/Fonts Different methods of writing the alphabet
Composition What a piece of artwork is made up of
Cropping cutting of the edges
Created by: Unicron