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Review on some Art Elements and Principles of Design

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Bag powerpoint 2012

  1. 1. Intro ArtDrawing from a bag
  2. 2. Reviewing some of theElements of Art &Principles of Design
  3. 3. Contour Line: a continuous line Image information: http://www.alexandercsd.org/art/Portfolio/steve/steve.htm
  4. 4. Line Quality VARY YOUR LINE QUALITY!THICK Light THIN DARK
  5. 5. Cross Hatching RembrandtThe Flight into Egypt: Crossing the Brook Etching and dry point, 1654
  6. 6. Image information:http://www.methart.com/tutorials/hatching. html
  7. 7. Value Scale Sarah Beifuss
  8. 8. VALUE: lightness or darkness Henri MatisseMarc Chagall (original in colour
  9. 9. Texture: the appearance or feel of the surface Photographer: Jonathan Winkler
  10. 10. Texture Image information:http://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/~helwig/diss/pics-big/1051-spot-texture.jpg
  11. 11. Contrast:to combine and stress bolddifferences in art elements(half close your eyes and look from a distance to seeif there is enough contrast)
  12. 12. Joe Bly
  13. 13. Movement:planning the placing of art elementsto make the viewer’s eye movearound the art work.Think of keeping your eye moving around thepicture like a ball on a pinball machine.
  14. 14. Pattern: using an art element overand over again.
  15. 15. Unity:a sense of harmony or wholenessin the artwork
  16. 16. Rhythm:repetition of an art element to suggestmovement
  17. 17. Composition:The way things are arranged on the paper.The main things that affect compositionare: size, repetition, position: vertical,diagonal, horizontal, positive and negativespace.
  18. 18. BalanceNotice how each figure has somespace to look into.
  19. 19. Previous Examples
  20. 20. Essential Questions:1.How do you develop original ideas?2. What is beauty?3. What non-visual aesthetic qualitiescan we use to identify an object?4. What factors are important ineffectively communicating originalideas?

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