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• 1. Art and Design 1st E.S.O. RAMON DE FRANCISCO
• 2. INDEXVISUAL LANGUAGE &amp; VISUAL PERCEPTION. U. 1 (Book 1)IMAGES &amp; VISUAL COMMUNICATION. U. 2 (Book 2) DOT, LINE &amp; PLANE U. 3 (Book 3 &amp; 5) FORMS &amp; SHAPES GEOMETRIC SHAPES. U. 4 (Book 6)ELEMENTS OF VISUAL COLOUR. U. 5 (Book 4) LANGUAGE TEXTURE. U. 6 (Book 3) INTRODUCTION. U. 7 (Book 7)SPACE &amp; VOLUME LIGHT &amp; VOLUME. U. 8 (Book 8) SYSTEMS OF REPRESENTATION. U. 9 (Book 9) RAMON DE FRANCISCO
• 3. FORM &amp; SHAPES.DOT, LINE &amp; PLANE. U.3 (Book 3 &amp; 5)
• 4. FORM is what a three dimensional object looks like. It has two main components: EDGE STRUCTURE the parts of an objectthe outside limit that support its of a form weight and give it volume RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 5. FORM is what a three dimensional object looks like. It has two main components: EDGE STRUCTURE the parts of an objectthe outside limit that support its of a form weight and give it volume RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 6. FORM is what a three dimensional object looks like. It has two main components: EDGE STRUCTURE the parts of an objectthe outside limit that support its of a form weight and give it volume RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 7. The same FORM can be perceived in differentways. That&#x2019;s why we can talk about the different SHAPES that you can find in a form. FORM: iPod SHAPE: N&#xBA;1 RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 8. FORM: iPod SHAPE: N&#xBA;2RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 9. FORM: iPod SHAPE: N&#xBA;3RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 10. FORM: iPod SHAPE: N&#xBA;4RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 11. Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has: OUTLINE INNER AREAA line that marks the Every element of visual SILHOUETTE language inside the edge of a shape outline (dots, lines, The flat surface texture, color, etc.) inside the outline RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 12. Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has: OUTLINE INNER AREAA line that marks the Every element of visual SILHOUETTE language inside the edge of a shape outline (dots, lines, The flat surface texture, color, etc.) inside the outline RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 13. Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has: OUTLINE INNER AREAA line that marks the Every element of visual SILHOUETTE language inside the edge of a shape outline (dots, lines, The flat surface texture, color, etc.) inside the outline RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 14. The elements used to create SHAPES are: PLANES A flat surface extending in height and width, with color y texture. DOTS The simplest element LINES of visual lenguage. A series of points adjacent to each other. RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO
• 15. The elements used to create SHAPES are: PLANES DOTS LINES RAM&#xD3;N DE FRANCISCO