Line Can be defined as: A point in motion A series of adjacent points A connection between points An implied connection between two points Types of Line
Shape Shape is a flat enclosed form. Can be created by other shapes, line, color, or texture.
Space Area occupied within a composition In a 2-D composition: Foreground Middle ground Background
Color Produced by light of various wavelengths three properties: (1) hue, the color name (2) intensity, the purity and strength of a color (3) value Color Wheel: Primary: red, blue, yellow Secondary: green, orange, and violet Tertiary: Red-orange, red-violet, blue-green, blue-violet, yellow-orange, yellow-green
Value Relative lightness to darkness.
Texture The surface quality of a shape. Actual texture: When you can actually feel the texture. Visual Texture: An illusion. Created by making marks on a surface to imply texture.
Bibliography Stewart, Mary. Launching the Imagination: a Comprehensive Guide to Basic Design. Boston: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008. Print.