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Art Final

QuestionAnswer
Line The path traced by a moving point
Value The lightness or darkness of pencil tones or colors
Texture The roughness or smoothness of a surface; can be real or implied.
Shape The general outline of an object
Form The 3-D equivalent of a shape; has length, width, and depth; can be geometric or freeform
Space Can be flat or show the illusion of depth in a work of art
Atmospheric Perspective Objects in the foreground are made larger and more detailed than objects in the middle ground; middle ground is larger and more detailed than the background
Linear Perspective Lines converge at a vanishing point on the horizon line to create the illusion of depth on a 2-D surface
Balance The distribution of visual weight in a work of art
Symmetrical Balance The same on both sides
Asymmetrical Balance Not the same on both sides
Radial Balance Starts in the center and radiates out from the center
Pattern The use of art elements to create repetition in a work of art
Contrast Differences in a work of art (different textures)
Rhythm The repetition of art elements to create movement in a work of art
Movement To show action in a work of art
Variety Using many different art elements in a work of art
Unity All the component parts of the artwork work well together as a whole or good design/composition
Created by: archergirl