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Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
Patterned still life vocab terms and examples
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  • 1. U it – Da in , V u l oe e t& a n e n 3 rw g isaM vm n, B l c aExploring Different Types of Drawing
  • 2. AESTHETIC QUALITIES OF ARTE oio a m m tn lis Fr a m om lis I it io a m ma nl t is
  • 3. e oio a m m tn lis When an artist tries to create a feelings, moods, or emotions through a work of art.
  • 4. When an artist is concerned with how thef m lmo a r is elements of art and principles of art are organized in a work of art
  • 5. When an artist is concerned with recreatingim a n lm it io a t is reality, also know as Realism, within a work of art.
  • 6. A good s till life paintingneeds overlapping toc reate a s ens e ofRealis m.OVERLAPPING –To lie over or partlycover something.
  • 7. v w d rA device used to help an artist create a compositionie f e in
  • 8. s as pr e Uses fewer lines and with lessp t rin at n g e frequency.
  • 9. d ne es Uses more frequent lines with somep t rin at n g e heavy or blackened areas.
  • 10. Lines that show the form of an object. Cross-contourCosC no r lay across the object rather than form the outline. rs- o tu lines
  • 11. P o U c l. a l c eo o l

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