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    Final Exam: Elements & Principles Drawings Final Exam: Elements & Principles Drawings Presentation Transcript

    • Visual Arts - Final Exam Examples of Drawings:-Elements of Art and Principles of Design
    • 2 drawings showing 2 Elements of Artor Principles of Design. 1 per drawing.
    • You have used nearly all of the Elements or Principles in your projects so far! ZENTANGLE! 1.Pattern 2.Shape 3.Contrast 4.Balance 5.Value
    • Extinct Animal Drawing 1. Line 2. Shape 3. Texture 4. Movement 5. Color 6. Emphasis 7. Unity
    • Landscape Collage 1. Pattern 2. Form 3. Line 4. Repetition 5. Variety 6. Texture 7. Space
    • Examples of Drawings you can do for final.*Remember you have to explain how you used theelement/principle. Repetition: Circles are repeated to create patterns.
    • Movement- The lines, shapes and patterns make your eye move down the line.
    • Pattern: Repetition of circles that create unity.
    • Contrast: Warm color vs. cool color make lines stand out.Line: Curvy wave flowing from the top to bottom
    • Balance: Equal distribution of colors and lines on both sides of drawing. Symmetrical: Same on both sides. Asymmetrical: Different when you split in half
    • Unity: Similar line typeEmphasis: Darker & thicker lines in front stand out.
    • Value: Light to dark range of colors.
    • Geometric Shape: Circles, rectangles, squares, and rigid lines.
    • Organic Shape: free flowing and curvy lines
    • Space: Giving an illusion of depth or a sense of distance or dimension.
    • Color: Light, dark, bold, or dull. Warm and Cool colors.
    • Complementary Colors: Opposite on color wheel
    • What could this be an example of?
    • What could this be an example of?
    • 1. Remember! You will have to identify which element or principle you are drawing and describe how you used it.2. Plan your 2 designs in your sketchbook!*You may have your sketchbook out during the exam!* You may use pencil, pen, markers, colored pencils, cut paper, collagemagazines.