At the end of this lesson
you will…
•Be able to identify virtual and

actual texture
•You will be able to find texture in
...
Elements of Design
 LINE
 COLOR
 VALUE
 SHAPE
 FORM
 SPACE
 TEXTURE
TEXTURE
What is Texture?


texture - An element of art, texture is the surface quality
or "feel" of an object, its smoothness, ro...
Where can we find Texture?




Texture is all around us, in our living rooms, the carpet
we walk on, on the clothes we w...
•In a picture you can't actually feel texture
because it has only a two dimensional
surface, but you can portray texture t...
This kind of texture is called
 Simulated Texture: to assume or have the

appearance or characteristics of
 Virtual Text...
Softness, smoothness

roughness
Crayon Rubbing
 Objective:

To develop and promote an awareness of
how textural qualities can be transferred
by the proce...
 Let’s get some Texture!
Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson
Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson
Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson
Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson
Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson
Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson
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Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson

  1. 1. At the end of this lesson you will… •Be able to identify virtual and actual texture •You will be able to find texture in your surrounding •You will create a crayon rubbing to demonstrate the element of art called Texture.
  2. 2. Elements of Design  LINE  COLOR  VALUE  SHAPE  FORM  SPACE  TEXTURE
  3. 3. TEXTURE
  4. 4. What is Texture?  texture - An element of art, texture is the surface quality or "feel" of an object, its smoothness, roughness, softness, etc. Textures may be actual or simulated.  Actual textures can be felt with the fingers, while Simulated/Virtual or Visual textures are suggested by an artist in the painting of different areas of a picture — often in representing drapery, metals, rocks, hair, etc.  Words describing textures include: flat, smooth, shiny, glossy, glittery, velvety, feathery, soft, wet, gooey, furry, sandy, leathery, crackled, prickly, abrasive, rough, furry, bumpy, corrugated, puffy , rusty , and slimy.
  5. 5. Where can we find Texture?   Texture is all around us, in our living rooms, the carpet we walk on, on the clothes we wear, texture on tree trunks, texture is everywhere. Everything you touch has a texture, it could be the smoothness or roughness of wood, the roughness of carpet in your living room, or it could be the smoothness or roughness of the shoes you wear.
  6. 6. •In a picture you can't actually feel texture because it has only a two dimensional surface, but you can portray texture through the way you depict it on the paper or canvas.
  7. 7. This kind of texture is called  Simulated Texture: to assume or have the appearance or characteristics of  Virtual Texture: just a picture, not real  Visual Texture: a picture, painting, drawing, and or artwork
  8. 8. Softness, smoothness roughness
  9. 9. Crayon Rubbing  Objective: To develop and promote an awareness of how textural qualities can be transferred by the process of crayon rubbing.
  10. 10.  Let’s get some Texture!

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