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    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS OF AN IMAGE
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    • LOOK CAREFULLY AT NEXT PICTURE AND DESCRIBE THE ELEMENTS THAT YOU CAN SEE IN IT
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    • Write and draw in your paper the elements that you can see
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    • I can see a spider
    • I can see a face
    • A bird ¿
    • He´s crying
    • There are a lot of stars
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    • There are many things in a picture
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    • But…
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    • We are looking for the essential elements
    • The smallest visual elements on plastic work
    • Look for the essential elements
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    • Try it again. Just the essential elements¡
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    • WHAT ARE THESE ?
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    • A DOT
    • A LINE
    • A PLANE
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    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS OF AN IMAGE
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS OF AN IMAGE DOT
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS OF AN IMAGE LINE DOT
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS OF AN IMAGE LINE  DOT
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS LINE  DOT
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS LINE  But there are two other missing visual elements DOT
    • But there are two other missing visual elements
    • But there are two other missing visual elements Can you imagine ¿
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    • Look at the screen
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    • The fourth element is the…
    • COLOUR COLOUR
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    • And the last element in an image is…
    • And the last element in an image is… Look at the screen
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    • TEXTURE
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    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS DOT
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS LINE DOT
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS LINE  DOT
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS LINE   DOT
    • THE VISUAL ELEMENTS LINE    DOT
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    • BASIC ELEMENTS OF PLASTIC EXPRESSIONS
    • BASIC ELEMENTS OF PLASTIC EXPRESSIONS All the images that we see represented are made of the basic elements of plastic expression: the dot, the line, the plane, the colour and texture.
    • BASIC ELEMENTS OF PLASTIC EXPRESSIONS All the images that we see represented are made of the basic elements of plastic expression: the dot, the line, the plane, the colour and texture. These elements, isolated or combined, are a language in itself with specific rules. They allow the author to transmit to other people ideas, sensations or feelings.
    • BASIC ELEMENTS OF PLASTIC EXPRESSIONS All the images that we see represented are made of the basic elements of plastic expression: the dot, the line, the plane, the colour and texture. These elements, isolated or combined, are a language in itself with specific rules. They allow the author to transmit to other people ideas, sensations or feelings. It is important to study the characteristic and fundamental rules of the plastic elements in order to express effectively our own plastic language.
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    • THE DOT
    • THE DOT The dot is the smallest, simplest element in visual expression.
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    • Dots are normally round, but they can have different shapes according to their function. Dots used in visual expression can have irregular surface and outline.
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    • A shape is a dot when it takes a very small part of the surface where we draw.
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    • If it is bigger than other shapes around, we consider it a plane.
    • If it is bigger than other shapes around, we consider it a plane.
    • If it is bigger than other shapes around, we consider it a plane. A dot
    • If it is bigger than other shapes around, we consider it a plane. A dot A plane
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    • Expressive capacity of the dot
    • Expressive capacity of the dot
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions.
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like :
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like :
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like :
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like :
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like :
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like :
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like :
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like : concentration = dots are grouped
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like : concentration = dots are grouped
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like : concentration = dots are grouped
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like : concentration = dots are grouped
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like : concentration = dots are grouped
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like : concentration = dots are grouped
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like : concentration = dots are grouped
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Dots have an unlimited capacity to represent images, ideas and emotions. For this reason, we use different visual effects like : concentration = dots are grouped dispersion = dots are at a distance
    • Expressive capacity of the dot
    • Expressive capacity of the dot
    • Expressive capacity of the dot Line made with dots
    • Expressive capacity of the dot concentration Line made with dots
    • Expressive capacity of the dot concentration dispersion Line made with dots
    • Expressive capacity of the dot
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    • Dots also have a great attraction power. It makes them very efficient as a composing element and as an indication sign.
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    • Three-dimensional capacity of the dot If we vary appropriately sizes, shapes and colours of the dots, we can create visual sensations of spatial depth and volume .
    • Three-dimensional capacity of the dot If we vary appropriately sizes, shapes and colours of the dots, we can create visual sensations of spatial depth and volume .
    • Three-dimensional capacity of the dot If we vary appropriately sizes, shapes and colours of the dots, we can create visual sensations of spatial depth and volume .
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    • THE LINE
    • THE LINE
    • THE LINE If we move our pencil in any direction, the result is a line. That is why we define line as a dot in motion.
    • THE LINE If we move our pencil in any direction, the result is a line. That is why we define line as a dot in motion. A DOT IN MOTION
    • THE LINE If we move our pencil in any direction, the result is a line. That is why we define line as a dot in motion. A DOT IN MOTION
    • THE LINE If we move our pencil in any direction, the result is a line. That is why we define line as a dot in motion. A DOT IN MOTION
    • THE LINE If we move our pencil in any direction, the result is a line. That is why we define line as a dot in motion. A DOT IN MOTION
    • THE LINE If we move our pencil in any direction, the result is a line. That is why we define line as a dot in motion. A DOT IN MOTION
    • THE LINE If we move our pencil in any direction, the result is a line. That is why we define line as a dot in motion. A DOT IN MOTION
    • THE LINE
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space…
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space…
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space…
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space…
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space…
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space… … and one of their functions is to delimitate the outline of shapes.
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space… … and one of their functions is to delimitate the outline of shapes.
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space… … and one of their functions is to delimitate the outline of shapes.
    • THE LINE Lines have a position and a direction in space… … and one of their functions is to delimitate the outline of shapes. For this reason and for its expressive possibilities, it is very suitable to describe accurately any shape and to transmit ideas and emotions.
    • THE LINE
    • THE LINE
    • THE LINE The shape, thickness, colour and texture of the lines depend on the materials we use and the way we use them. These structural features have different functions and allow the artist to create different visual sensations such as depth, balance, strength, smoothness, etc.
    • THE LINE The shape, thickness, colour and texture of the lines depend on the materials we use and the way we use them. These structural features have different functions and allow the artist to create different visual sensations such as depth , balance, strength, smoothness, etc.
    • THE LINE The shape, thickness, colour and texture of the lines depend on the materials we use and the way we use them. These structural features have different functions and allow the artist to create different visual sensations such as depth, balance , strength, smoothness, etc.
    • THE LINE The shape, thickness, colour and texture of the lines depend on the materials we use and the way we use them. These structural features have different functions and allow the artist to create different visual sensations such as depth, balance, strength , smoothness, etc.
    • THE LINE The shape, thickness, colour and texture of the lines depend on the materials we use and the way we use them. These structural features have different functions and allow the artist to create different visual sensations such as depth, balance, strength, smoothness , etc.
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    • The structural differences of lines make them expressively rich.
    • The structural differences of lines make them expressively rich. Observe the different aspects of the lines drawn with a pencil, with a pen, with markers and with a paintbrush.
    • The structural differences of lines make them expressively rich. Observe the different aspects of the lines drawn with a pencil, with a pen, with markers and with a paintbrush.
    • The structural differences of lines make them expressively rich. Observe the different aspects of the lines drawn with a pencil, with a pen, with markers and with a paintbrush.
    • The structural differences of lines make them expressively rich. Observe the different aspects of the lines drawn with a pencil, with a pen, with markers and with a paintbrush.
    • The structural differences of lines make them expressively rich. Observe the different aspects of the lines drawn with a pencil, with a pen, with markers and with a paintbrush.
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    • CLASSIFYING LINES
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in:
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines Composed lines
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines are made of fragments of two or more straight or curve lines. To fully visualize them, we must turn our sight in different directions. These lines can also be broken, undulating or mixed.
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines are made of fragments of two or more straight or curve lines. To fully visualize them, we must turn our sight in different directions. These lines can also be broken, undulating or mixed. We make broken lines with fragments of straight lines
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines are made of fragments of two or more straight or curve lines. To fully visualize them, we must turn our sight in different directions. These lines can also be broken, undulating or mixed. We make broken lines with fragments of straight lines
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines are made of fragments of two or more straight or curve lines. To fully visualize them, we must turn our sight in different directions. These lines can also be broken, undulating or mixed. We make broken lines with fragments of straight lines We make undulating lines with fragments of curve lines.
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines are made of fragments of two or more straight or curve lines. To fully visualize them, we must turn our sight in different directions. These lines can also be broken, undulating or mixed. We make broken lines with fragments of straight lines We make undulating lines with fragments of curve lines.
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines are made of fragments of two or more straight or curve lines. To fully visualize them, we must turn our sight in different directions. These lines can also be broken, undulating or mixed. We make broken lines with fragments of straight lines We make undulating lines with fragments of curve lines. We make mixed lines with fragments of straight and curve lines.
    • CLASSIFYING LINES According to their structure, lines can be classified in: Simple lines are made in just one stroke, straight or curve. They are perceived at just one look. Composed lines are made of fragments of two or more straight or curve lines. To fully visualize them, we must turn our sight in different directions. These lines can also be broken, undulating or mixed. We make broken lines with fragments of straight lines We make undulating lines with fragments of curve lines. We make mixed lines with fragments of straight and curve lines.
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    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES We can draw lines in different directions:
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES We can draw lines in different directions: vertical,
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES We can draw lines in different directions: vertical, horizontal
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES We can draw lines in different directions: vertical, horizontal, oblique
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES We can draw lines in different directions: vertical, horizontal, oblique or curve.
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES We can draw lines in different directions: vertical, horizontal, oblique or curve. Each of them has a different expressive value.
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES Vertical lines:
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES Vertical lines: transmits an upward or a downward movement, depending on how we use them. It gives us a visual sensation of growing, balance and power.
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    • growing
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    • growing balance
    • growing balance
    • growing balance power
    • growing balance power strong
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES Horizontal lines:
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES Horizontal lines: horizontal direction gives a visual sensation of stability, calm and serenity, but an excessive use can give a dull effect.
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    • Stability
    • Stability
    • Stability Calm
    • Stability Calm
    • Stability Calm Serenity
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES Obliques lines :
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES Obliques lines : transmit more instability and movement. These two aspects give slanting lines a visual sensation of dynamism.
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    • Instability
    • Instability
    • Instability movement
    • Instability movement
    • Instability movement dynamism
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES Curve lines :
    • EXPRESSIVE POSSIBILITIES OF LINES Curve lines : Transmit a visual sensation of movement and joy.
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    • THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE A plane is a two-dimension surface, length and width, and it has a position and a direction in space.
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. This plane is delimitated by an contour line
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an contour line. This plane is delimitated by an contour line
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane:
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an outline
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an outline
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an outline
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an outline
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an outline
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an contour line.
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane:
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: The surface of this plane is defined by very little dots...
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an contour line. The surface of this plane is defined by very little dots... or by a texture
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: The surface of this plane is defined by very little dots... or by a texture or by lines
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an contour line.
    • THE PLANE There are several ways to describe the limits of a plane: This plane is delimitated by an contour line. To define this plane, we use a coloured surface
    • THE PLANE CLASSIFYING PLANE FORMS This plane is delimitated by an contour line.
    • THE PLANE CLASSIFYING PLANE FORMS This plane is delimitated by an contour line. We have two types:
    • THE PLANE CLASSIFYING PLANE FORMS This plane is delimitated by an contour line. We have two types: Geometric : they can transmit strong visual sensations of order and stability. Organic : They give a visual sensation of more dynamism than geometric forms.
    • THE PLANE CLASSIFYING PLANE FORMS This plane is delimitated by an contour line. We have two types: Geometric : they can transmit strong visual sensations of order and stability. Organic : They give a visual sensation of more dynamism than geometric forms.
    • THE PLANE CLASSIFYING PLANE FORMS This plane is delimitated by an contour line. We have two types: Geometric : they can transmit strong visual sensations of order and stability. Organic : They give a visual sensation of more dynamism than geometric forms.
    • THE PLANE CLASSIFYING PLANE FORMS This plane is delimitated by an contour line. We have two types: Geometric : they can transmit strong visual sensations of order and stability. Organic : They give a visual sensation of more dynamism than geometric forms.
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. One of the main functions of plane forms is to create volume when they are together with other plane forms in different directions. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. One of the main functions of plane forms is to create volume when they are together with other plane forms in different directions. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. One of the main functions of plane forms is to create volume when they are together with other plane forms in different directions. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. One of the main functions of plane forms is to create volume when they are together with other plane forms in different directions. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. One of the main functions of plane forms is to create volume when they are together with other plane forms in different directions. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. One of the main functions of plane forms is to create volume when they are together with other plane forms in different directions. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Observe: if we join planes in different directions, we get a visual sensation of volume. Other plastic elements such as changes in colour and size contribute to this.
    • THE PLANE THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Volume has three dimensions:
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Volume has three dimensions: length
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Volume has three dimensions: length
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Volume has three dimensions: length, width
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Volume has three dimensions: length, width
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Volume has three dimensions: length, width and depth
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Volume has three dimensions: length, width and depth
    • THE PLANE This plane is delimitated by an contour line. THREE-DIMENSIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF THE PLANE Volume has three dimensions: length , width and depth
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    • The plane is most suitable to transmit visual sensations such as volume, chiaroscuro, depth, etc. These qualities make of it a fundamental part for the elaboration of artistic work in any of their means of expression.
    • THE PLANE EXPRESSIVE CAPACITY OF PLANE FORMS The plane is the plastic element that receives the action of all the other elements, because we can work on it with dot, lines, colours and textures. That is why it has such a great power of expression.
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    • THE PLANE EXPRESSIVE CAPACITY OF PLANE FORMS The plane is the plastic element that receives the action of all the other elements, because we can work on it with dot, lines, colours and textures. That is why it has such a great power of expression.
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    • THE TEXTURE
    • THE TEXTURE Texture is the quality of surfaces due to the material structure of the object. It can transmit different visual and tactile sensations.
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    • We can distinguish flat TEXTURE
    • We can distinguish flat TEXTURE
    • We can distinguish flat TEXTURE
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE smooth
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE smooth
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE granulated
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE granulated
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE rough
    • We can distinguish FLAT TEXTURE rough
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    • the surface of silk is flat and smooth
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    • the surface of the bark of a tree is rough and ridged
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    • Artists use textures as another plastic element to reach more expressivity in their works
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    • NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL TEXTURES
    • NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL TEXTURES According to their origin we can classify textures into:
    • NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL TEXTURES According to their origin we can classify textures into: Natural textures
    • NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL TEXTURES According to their origin we can classify textures into: Natural textures Artificial textures
    • NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL TEXTURES
    • NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL TEXTURES Natural textures: those present in nature.
    • NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL TEXTURES Artificial textures: those manually or mechanically elaborated by man.
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    • TACTILE TEXTURES
    • We can perceive them through the sense of touch . In plastic representation - painting or sculpture-, we can perceive a lot of tactile effects combining different materials or making surfaces with the relief we want. TACTILE TEXTURES
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    • VISUAL TEXTURES
    • VISUAL TEXTURES
    • VISUAL TEXTURES We perceive visual textures only with our sight. We also call them graphic textures, because they are photographs or representations on paper or on other materials.