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Elements of Art

Name the Elements of Art Line, Shape, Form, Space, Texture, Color, Value
Line 1D because it has no width.
Outline Line that shows or creates the edges of a shape
Implied line Series of points that viewer's eyes automatically connect.
Contour Line Outer Edge of 3D objects defined by a line.
Line Variation variation in line length, width, texture, direction, or degree of curve
Shape 2D Object defined by line or colored area; has width and length.
Geometric Shapes Precise; defined by mathematical formulas, create order and uniformity.
Free Form Shapes irregular and uneven; often occur in nature and are sometimes called “organic”shapes.
Form Objects with 3D, have length, width, and depth
Geometric Forms used in construction, organization, and parts of machines
Free Forms irregular and uneven 3D objects; humans and animals are freeform; also called organic
Space element that refers to emptiness or area between, around, above, below or within objects. Can be flat and 2D, such as paper. Can also be 3D, Like water in a pool. Shapes and forms exist in space
Color element derived from reflected light; see it because light waves are reflected from object to your eyes, color has 3 properties: value hue, and intensity
Hue Means color and is used to reference the color wheel
Value describes the lightness and darkness of color
Grey impure white- reflects equal parts of each wave.
Value Gradation gradual shift between light and dark
Texture element refers to how things feel of look as if they might feel if touched
Texture Methods Hatch, Cross hatch, Smudge, Scribble, Stippling- act of dotting, Pointillism- style of art made of dots
Drawing Media charcoal, graphite, pen and ink, brush and wash, crayon
H Hard lead- makes a light mark. The higher the number, the lighter the mark
B Soft lead- makes a dark mark. The higher the number, the darker the mark
Careers In Art Advertising, Fashion Design, Animation, Sequential Art, Industrial Design, Architecture, Graphic Design, Illustration, Furniture Design, Film/movies, Photography, Fine Art
Created by: 21aweaver
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