3 d 2 design principles

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part 2 of 3 introduction to three dimensional design for visual arts foundations

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3 d 2 design principles

  1. 1. DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN<br />DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN <br />DESIGN<br />
  2. 2. HUMAN BEINGS HAVE AN INHERENT PHYSIOLOGICAL SPATIAL ORIENTATION IN TERMS OF THREE PRIMARY DIRECTIONS. WE PERCEIVE FORM AND SPACE RELATIVE TO THREE IMAGINARY PLANES OF REFERENCE: HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL AND DEPTH.MOVEMENT IS A CHANGE IN POSITION RELATIVE TO THESE PLANES OF REFERENCE.<br />THREE PRIMARY DIRECTIONS<br />
  3. 3. HUMAN BEINGS HAVE AN INHERENT PHYSIOLOGICAL SPATIAL ORIENTATION IN TERMS OF THREE PRIMARY DIRECTIONS. WE PERCEIVE FORM AND SPACE RELATIVE TO THREE IMAGINARY PLANES OF REFERENCE: HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL AND DEPTH.MOVEMENT IS A CHANGE IN POSITION RELATIVE TO THESE PLANES OF REFERENCE.<br />THREE PRIMARY DIRECTIONS<br />
  4. 4. DISPLACEMENT IS A CHANGE IN POSITION PARALLEL TO THE HORIZONTAL OR VERTICAL PLANES.<br />ROTATION IS A CHANGE OF POSITION <br />BY TURNING ABOUT A POINT OR AXIS.<br /> THREE PRIMARY DIRECTIONS<br />
  5. 5. LINE TO PLANE<br />POINT TO LINE TO PLANE <br />PROXIMATE<br />DIMENSIONS ARE LINKED BY MOVEMENT (TIME)<br />A POINT IN MOTION CREATES A LINE.<br />A LINE MOVED PERPENDICULAR TO IT’S ORIENTATION CREATES A PLANE.<br />A PLANE MOVED SIMILARLY CREATES A SOLID.<br />THREE PRIMARY DIRECTIONS <br />
  6. 6. LINE TO PLANE<br />PROXIMATE<br />SPACE IS THE AREA WITHIN AND AROUND AN OBJECT. ALL OBJECTS ENGAGE AND HELP TO DEFINE THE SPACE AROUND THEM.<br />SPACE <br />
  7. 7. LINE TO PLANE<br />PROXIMATE<br />SPACE IS NOT NOTHING. IT IS FILLED WITH ENERGY, VISUAL WEIGHT, TENSION, EXPECTATION AND SIGNIFICATION<br />SPACE NEGATIVE SPACE <br />
  8. 8. LINE TO PLANE<br />PROXIMATE<br />SPACE IS NOT NOTHING. IT IS FILLED WITH ENERGY, VISUAL WEIGHT, TENSION, EXPECTATION AND SIGNIFICATION<br />SPACE COMPRESSION AND EXPANSION <br />
  9. 9. LINE TO PLANE<br />PROXIMATE<br />SPACE COMPRESSION AND EXPANSION <br />
  10. 10. LINE TO PLANE<br />PROXIMATE<br />SPACE COMPRESSION AND EXPANSION <br />
  11. 11. LINE TO PLANE<br />SHAPE/FORM/MOVEMENT<br />PROXIMATE<br />SHAPES ARE PLANER.<br />FORMS ARE DIMESIONAL.<br />CONTINUITY TRANSFORMS THE<br />MOVEMENT OF SHAPES INTO FORMS.<br />STABILITY AND DYNAMICS <br />
  12. 12. LINE TO PLANE<br />VOLUME/MASS/WEIGHT <br />PROXIMATE<br />VOLUME IS THE VISUAL SPACE DEFINED BY A FORM.<br />MASS IS THE VISUAL DENSITY OF A FORM.<br />WEIGHT IS A NON-VISUAL, STRUCTURAL PROPERTY,<br /> A FUNCTION OF MATERIALS AND GRAVITY. <br />STABILITY AND DYNAMICS <br />
  13. 13. LINE TO PLANE<br />VOLUME/MASS/WEIGHT <br />CONTINUITY, CLOSURE, MATERIALS, SCALE, COLOR, LIGHT<br />STABILITY AND DYNAMICS <br />

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