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Elements of art
Elements of art
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Elements of art

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  • 1. The path of a moving point atthe edge of a flat shape, oroutline of a solid object. It islonger than it is wide.Lines do have some width aswell as length, this is calledmeasure.Types of line arestraight, curvy, horizontal, vertical, diagonal, zigzag, implied, and angular.
  • 2. Shape is a two-dimensional areamade by connecting lines that showthe edges of an object.Shapes may be positive or negative,organic or geometric.Shapes may stand out also by adifference of value, color, or texture.
  • 3. The three dimensionalprojection of a shape. It hasvolume, dimension, andappears to have mass. Thiselement is frequently used insculpture.
  • 4. The appearance of lights and darksfound in a work of art.These range from black to whitewith numerous shades of gray inbetween.
  • 5. The way an object or substance reacts whenlight is reflected by the object. Usuallydetermined visually by a measurement of hue(color), saturation (purity of color), andbrightness of the reflected light (how muchlight). It identifies objects, createsmoods, and affects emotions.(warm, cool, primary, secondary, intermediate, and complementary).
  • 6. The roughness orsmoothness of a surface.Texture can bereal, tactile(sandpaper), orillusion (looks soft, but not).
  • 7. Amount of measurable distance betweenpre-established points.Two-dimensional space has height andwidth.Three-dimensional space has height,width, volume. Deep--foreground, middleground, background. Shallow--foreground and background.

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