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  • 1. ELEMENTS OF ART CONTINUED MR. PALMER GRADE 8 DESIGN ARTS
  • 2. 2 Categories of Shapes • Geometric Shapes-Circles, Squares, rectangles and triangles. We see them in architecture and manufactured items. • Organic Shapes-Leaf, seashells, flowers. We see them in nature and with characteristics that are free flowing, informal and irregular.
  • 3. Categories of Texture Actual Texture • The application of textured objects to the surface of an artwork, or the creation of art from textured materials • Texture can be created by carving, incising or scratching into a surface Visual /Simulated Texture • Visual texture so realistic that it fools the eye into believing it is reality. • The visual sensation of texture on a non-textured surface. Simulated textures are created by the manipulation of lights and shadows, line, rhythm and other visual elements.
  • 4. Invented textures • Invented textures are the creation of the artist/designer. They are made up for expressive or decorative purposes and are not the representation of or abstractions from actual textures.
  • 5. Categories Of Colour Primary Colours cannot be mixed, they must be bought in some form • Red, Yellow, Blue Secondary Colour are created by mixing two primaries • Green, Orange, Violet Intermediate Colours are created by mixing a primary with a secondary • Red Orange, Yellow Green, Blue Violet, etc.;
  • 6. There are 3 properties of colour • First is hue, which simply means the name we give to a colour (red, yellow, blue, etc.). • The second property is intensity, which refers to the strength and vividness of the colour. For example, we may describe the colour blue as "royal" (bright, rich, vibrant) or "dull" (greyed). • The third and final property of colour is its value, meaning its lightness or darkness. The terms shade and tint are in reference to value changes in colours.