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  • 1. SHAPE AND FORM
  • 2. SHAPE• A two-dimensional area that is defined in some way, either with an outline or boundary around it• Shapes are geometric or organic (free-form)
  • 3. • Outline
  • 4. •Solid
  • 5. BASIC SHAPES• CIRCLE• SQUARE• TRIANGLE
  • 6. GEOMETRIC SHAPES• Precise shapes described using mathematical equations• Circle, square and triangle. All geometric shapes are variations or combinations of these three shapes
  • 7. ORGANIC SHAPES• Are irregular and uneven shapes• Lines are curved, angular or both• Most often occur in nature or look like something from nature• Also known as free-form
  • 8. FORM• Objects having three-dimensions or the illusion of 3 dimensions• Forms can be geometric and organic
  • 9. BASIC FORMS• SPHERE• CUBE• CONE• PYRAMID• CYLINDER