Art and Design
1st E.S.O.

RAMON DE FRANCISCO
INDEX
VISUAL LANGUAGE & VISUAL PERCEPTION.

U. 1

IMAGES & VISUAL COMMUNICATION.

U. 2
DOT, LINE & SURFACE. U. 3

FORMS & ...
FORM & SHAPES.
DOT, LINE & PLANE.
U.3
FORM is what a three dimensional object looks
like. It has two main components:

STRUCTURE

EDGE
the outside limit
of a fo...
FORM is what a three dimensional object looks
like. It has two main components:

STRUCTURE

EDGE
the outside limit
of a fo...
FORM is what a three dimensional object looks
like. It has two main components:

STRUCTURE

EDGE
the outside limit
of a fo...
The same FORM can be perceived in different
ways. That’s why we can talk about the different
SHAPES that you can find in a...
FORM: iPod
SHAPE: Nº2
RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
FORM: iPod
SHAPE: Nº3
RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
FORM: iPod
SHAPE: Nº4
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Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has:
OUTLINE
A line that marks the
edge of a shape

INNER AREA
SILHOUETTE

The flat sur...
Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has:
OUTLINE
A line that marks the
edge of a shape

INNER AREA
SILHOUETTE

The flat sur...
Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has:
OUTLINE
A line that marks the
edge of a shape

INNER AREA
SILHOUETTE

The flat sur...
The elements used to
create SHAPES are:

PLANES
A flat surface extending
in height and width,
with color y texture.

DOTS
...
The elements used to
create SHAPES are:

DOTS

PLANES

LINES

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  1. 1. Art and Design 1st E.S.O. RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  2. 2. INDEX VISUAL LANGUAGE & VISUAL PERCEPTION. U. 1 IMAGES & VISUAL COMMUNICATION. U. 2 DOT, LINE & SURFACE. U. 3 FORMS & SHAPES ELEMENTS OF VISUAL LANGUAGE COLOUR. U. 4 U. 5 TEXTURE. GEOMETRIC SHAPES. U. 6 INTRODUCTION. SPACE & VOLUME U. 7 LIGHT & VOLUME. U. 8 SYSTEMS OF REPRESENTATION. U. 9 RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  3. 3. FORM & SHAPES. DOT, LINE & PLANE. U.3
  4. 4. FORM is what a three dimensional object looks like. It has two main components: STRUCTURE EDGE the outside limit of a form the parts of an object that support its weight and give it volume RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
  5. 5. FORM is what a three dimensional object looks like. It has two main components: STRUCTURE EDGE the outside limit of a form the parts of an object that support its weight and give it volume RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
  6. 6. FORM is what a three dimensional object looks like. It has two main components: STRUCTURE EDGE the outside limit of a form the parts of an object that support its weight and give it volume RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
  7. 7. The same FORM can be perceived in different ways. That’s why we can talk about the different SHAPES that you can find in a form. FORM: iPod SHAPE: Nº1 RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
  8. 8. FORM: iPod SHAPE: Nº2 RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
  9. 9. FORM: iPod SHAPE: Nº3 RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
  10. 10. FORM: iPod SHAPE: Nº4 RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
  11. 11. Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has: OUTLINE A line that marks the edge of a shape INNER AREA SILHOUETTE The flat surface inside the outline RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO Every element of visual language inside the outline (dots, lines, texture, color, etc.)
  12. 12. Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has: OUTLINE A line that marks the edge of a shape INNER AREA SILHOUETTE The flat surface inside the outline RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO Every element of visual language inside the outline (dots, lines, texture, color, etc.)
  13. 13. Every SHAPE (two-dimensional area) has: OUTLINE A line that marks the edge of a shape INNER AREA SILHOUETTE The flat surface inside the outline RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO Every element of visual language inside the outline (dots, lines, texture, color, etc.)
  14. 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 of visual lenguage. LINES A series of points adjacent to each other. RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
  15. 15. The elements used to create SHAPES are: DOTS PLANES LINES RAMÓN DE FRANCISCO
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