RHYTHM AND PATTERN
PATTERN• The principle of art that  refers to a two-dimensional  decorative visual repetition.
MOTIF• The individual units that are  repeated in a pattern or rhythm• Sometimes each motif is the  same, sometimes each u...
RHYTHM• The principle of art that indicates and  creates the feeling of movement by the  repetition of one, some or all of...
TYPES OF RHYTHM
TYPES OF RHYTHM• RANDOM  -a motif repeated in  no apparent order  or regular spaces
TYPES OF RHYTHM• RANDOM  -a motif repeated in  no apparent order  or regular spaces• Splashes, cracks,  crowd of people
TYPES OF RHYTHM• RANDOM  -a motif repeated in  no apparent order  or regular spaces• Splashes, cracks,  crowd of people
TYPES OF RHYTHM• RANDOM  -a motif repeated in  no apparent order  or regular spaces• Splashes, cracks,  crowd of people
TYPES OF RHYTHM• REGULAR  -has identical  motifs and regular  spacing• Used to organize• Parking spaces,  grids,  checker ...
TYPES OF RHYTHM• FLOWING  -created by repeated  wavy lines or curved  shapes.  -there are no sudden  breaks in a flowing  r...
TYPES OF RHYTHM• FLOWING  -created by repeated  wavy lines or curved  shapes.  -there are no sudden  breaks in a flowing  r...
TYPES OF RHYTHM• FLOWING  -created by repeated  wavy lines or curved  shapes.  -there are no sudden  breaks in a flowing  r...
TYPES OF RHYTHM• FLOWING  -created by repeated  wavy lines or curved  shapes.  -there are no sudden  breaks in a flowing  r...
TYPES OF RHYTHM
TYPES OF RHYTHM• ALTERNATING  -can occur in several  ways:using a second  motif, change place of  motif and change  space ...
TYPES OF RHYTHM• PROGRESSIVE  -a change  in the motif each time  it is repeated• the change is a gradual  one
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    1. 1. RHYTHM AND PATTERN
    2. 2. PATTERN• The principle of art that refers to a two-dimensional decorative visual repetition.
    3. 3. MOTIF• The individual units that are repeated in a pattern or rhythm• Sometimes each motif is the same, sometimes each unit varies slightly and other times the motif changes completely
    4. 4. RHYTHM• The principle of art that indicates and creates the feeling of movement by the repetition of one, some or all of the elements(line,shape,form,texture,value,colo r)
    5. 5. TYPES OF RHYTHM
    6. 6. TYPES OF RHYTHM• RANDOM -a motif repeated in no apparent order or regular spaces
    7. 7. TYPES OF RHYTHM• RANDOM -a motif repeated in no apparent order or regular spaces• Splashes, cracks, crowd of people
    8. 8. TYPES OF RHYTHM• RANDOM -a motif repeated in no apparent order or regular spaces• Splashes, cracks, crowd of people
    9. 9. TYPES OF RHYTHM• RANDOM -a motif repeated in no apparent order or regular spaces• Splashes, cracks, crowd of people
    10. 10. TYPES OF RHYTHM• REGULAR -has identical motifs and regular spacing• Used to organize• Parking spaces, grids, checker boards
    11. 11. TYPES OF RHYTHM• FLOWING -created by repeated wavy lines or curved shapes. -there are no sudden breaks in a flowing rhythm
    12. 12. TYPES OF RHYTHM• FLOWING -created by repeated wavy lines or curved shapes. -there are no sudden breaks in a flowing rhythm
    13. 13. TYPES OF RHYTHM• FLOWING -created by repeated wavy lines or curved shapes. -there are no sudden breaks in a flowing rhythm
    14. 14. TYPES OF RHYTHM• FLOWING -created by repeated wavy lines or curved shapes. -there are no sudden breaks in a flowing rhythm
    15. 15. TYPES OF RHYTHM
    16. 16. TYPES OF RHYTHM• ALTERNATING -can occur in several ways:using a second motif, change place of motif and change space between motifs• Brick work
    17. 17. TYPES OF RHYTHM• PROGRESSIVE -a change in the motif each time it is repeated• the change is a gradual one
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