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    เนรัญญา อุปาละ เนรัญญา อุปาละ Document Transcript

    • Creative Design 11 Introduction to Art and Design 2 Element and Composition 1/2552 9 2552
    • 1 Introduction to Art and Design
    • © ‘ ’ ‘ ’ ‘ ’ ‘ ’ ‘ ’© “Aesthetics( )
    • © “ ”
    • –© (subjective)© (absolute, objective)
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    • Arts©©
    • (the elements in the total situation of a work of art)1. (the work of art itself)2. (the artist)3. (the audience)4. (the universe)
    • 1. (Fine Arts)
    • (Visual Arts)
    • (Audio Arts)
    • (Audio Vitual Arts)
    • 2. (Applied Arts)
    • (Architecture)
    • (Industrial Design), ,
    • (Design) ?
    • Guggenheim museumImac; Gravity Balans chairs
    • (Design)(Aesthetic) (Function) (Concept)
    • 2 Elements and Composition
    • visual language•• facts ideas
    • visual language••
    • design elements1. ( conceptual elements ) 2 1.1 point 1.2 line 1.3 plane 1.4 volume
    • 2. (Visual element) 2.1 shape 2.2 size 2.3 color 2.4 texture
    • 3. (Relational element) 3.1 direction 3.2 position 3.3 space 3.4 gravity
    • 4. (Practical element) 4.1 representation 4.2 meaning 4.3 function
    • (Principles of Design)• Balance• Rhythm• Emphasis• Harmony• Contrast• Unity• variety• etc.
    • Sample
    • composition Field of view Placement Dimension
    • ViewField of view Frame
    • Field of view Framecrop
    • Placement
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    • Dimension
    • 2 Dimension3 Dimension
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    • ( )• What is Design? .• Introduction to Design .• Composition of Art• 1 . .
    • Assignment 1• A4 1• 1• – 17.00 . –