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Elements C.K

elements & principles of design

What are the elements of design? Space, Line, Shape, Form, Texture and Color are the elements of design.
What are the principles of design? Balance, Rhythm, Proportion/Scale, Emphasis and Unity are the principles of design.
What is the principle repetition? Repetition is when a design is copied or repeated.
How does texture affect color? Makes it darker or lighter, more or less dense.
What do curved lines suggest? Things in nature, since mot of nature isn't a perfect line.
What is the difference between horizontal, vertical, and radial balance? Radial balance, everything comes from the middle and goes outward. Horizontal balance, everything goes out from a horizontal line, and the same concept with vertical.
What do diagonal lines suggest? Excitement, since nothing can stand on a diagonal line by itself. movement
What is space? A continuous area or expanse that is free, available, or unoccupied
What are the four types of rhythm? The four types of rhythm are: Gradation, Radiation, Repetition and Continuous Line.
What is asymmetrical balance? Example? Evenly distributing the elements within the format. like having one large picture, and a few smaller pictures.
What is the difference between horizontal and vertical lines? horizontal lines go left to right, vertical lines go north to south or up and down.
What is the golden mean? 3 to 5 ratio
What is the difference between shape and form? Shape is 2D, but form is 3D
What are the five types of balance? The 5 types of balance are: Symmetrical Balance, Asymmetrical Balance, Horizontal Balance, Vertical Balance, and Radial Balance.
What does unity or harmony mean? that the design is balanced, and goes well with the mind's eye.
What are the two things texture involves? Color and texture
What are the four types of line? Horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curved.
What is proportion? Proportion is how the design is visually divided.
Which of the five types of balance suggests excitement or interest? Diagonal lines suggest excitement or interest.
What is symmetrical balance? Example? Symmetrical balance is when both parts are identical. An example would be plants, insects or humans.
What is emphasis? What is another name for it? Emphasis is one object or item that stands out. Another name is focal point.
What happens when you use a continuous line? When you use a continuous line it creates a line for your eye to follow.
What is another name for symmetrical balance? Another name for symmetrical balance is identical balance.
What is another name for asymmetrical balance? Another name for asymmetrical balance is nonidentical balance.
What is the difference between gradation and radiation? Gradation is when a design increase or decreases in size, radiation is lines or designs move out from a center point.
Created by: CassidyK