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  • Space, Scale, and Landscape
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    • Some Space principles (once again):
    • Overlapping of forms.
    • Diminution of scale of forms that are far away.
    • Forms that are farther away are fuzzier and have closer value contrasts.
    • Sharp contrast of values advance into space. Brighter colors advance too.
    • Warm colors advance into space, and cool colors recede.
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  • Student work: Campus Gymnosperm study
  • Student work: Campus Gymnosperm study
  • Just how is space created here?
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