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What are the seven elements of art? Line Shape Color Form Value Texture Space
What are the seven principles of art? Pattern Movement Rhythm Unity Emphasis Balance Contrast
What are the secondary colors? Purple,green, and orange
What are the twelve colors of the color wheel? Blue,yellow, red, violet,green, orange, blue green, blue violet, yellow orange, yellow green, red orange, red violet
What does monochromatic mean? Only using one color
What's two point perspective? A drawing that uses two points placed on the horizontal line
What is one point perspective? A drawing that has only one vanishing point
define the element line a dot that went for a walk
define the element shape 2 dimensional(LxW)
define the element color 12 colors on the color wheel
define the element form 3 dimensional(LxWxH)
define the element value from dark to light
define the element texture how something looks like it feels or actually feels
define the element space negative and positive
define the principle pattern repetitive designs through artwork
define the principle movement how your eye is moved through and artwork
define the principle rhythm how the artwork flows
define the principle unity how all of the elements and principle in an artwork come together(harmony)
define the principle emphasis focal point of the artwork
define the principle balance how visually balanced and artwork is (symmetry and asymmetry)
define the principle contrast how bright or dull a color is
Created by: noaholguin