What relationship can objectshave with each other?Explainand give an exampleProximity: our perception visually uniteselements that are physically close to oneanother.Similarity: when observing images, we groupsimilar images together as if they wereone.Continuity: elements arranged in the samedirection normally create a simple form.
What items feature in ourvisual public enviroment?Givean example of visualcontamination The enviroment is everything around us:our neighbourhood, town, city, residence,parks… The feature in our visual public enviromentare; contrast and homogeneity.
What are the stages involvedin the communicationprocess? People, speak different languages, butwhen we use images, we communicate ina way that everyone can understand. Thisis the communication process.
Give an example of each of the following:graphic and visual media, audio-visualmedia and sound media. Write down onecharacteristic typical of each. Graphic and visual media: for examplepress, is a means of mass communication. Audio- visual media: for exampletelevision, many advertisement are madefor sound (audio) and graphic(visual).Sound media: for example radio, uses radioelectric waves to send its messages.
Draw a character (or get on from Internet)with different-shaped speech bubbles orballoons. In each one, add the words."Where are you going?". Briefly explain thedifferent effects that each type of bubblemakes.¿A dóndevas?¿A dónde vas? ¿Adóndevas?¿A dóndevas?¿A dóndevas?¿A dónde vas?
Look for a Nike logo in the linksand express what it transmits inyour opinion. This logo trasmits energy and force. Aswell vitality and agility.
Look for three images that wemay perceive differently if wetake them out of context.He is drinking abeer with hisgirlfriend.They are drinkingbecause, theydid sports.He is drinkingbecause isthirsty.
Look at the comic and saywhich types of shots are thedifferent pannels.This comic have full-figure shot because, they appearecomplete in the image. Also, appeare medium full shotbecause, they are painted only middle body.
What is a realistic drawing?How do we use lines in thistype of drawing? A realistic image is used to achieverealism plastic elements, is similar to theelement shown. The line is the ideal element to representshapes. In realistic drawings, the line isused to portray the appearance ofshapes, exactly as we see them.
A line is an expressive element.What messages do differenttypes of line transmit? Drawdiagrams to go with yourexplanation.Straight linesCurved linesIrregular linesIrregular straight linesIrregular curved lines
What are visual textures?Name three of them. When we talk about visual texture, wemean a textures are called graphictextures when they are found on papersurfaces or in photographs. Ornamentaltexture, accidental texture andmechanical texture.
How can you use texture toorganise and balance acomposition?To balance: Using texture, we can makeone shape seem to weigh more thananother.To organise: Textures can be organised sothat similar