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  • Space

    1. 1. SPACE
    2. 2. SPACEHOW ARTISTS CREATE IT
    3. 3. LINEAR PERSPECTIVEA system of drawing or painting in which the artistattempts to create the illusion of spatial depth on a two-dimensional surface.ONE-POINT • TWO-POINTPERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE
    4. 4. HORIZON LINE The line in the distance where the earth meets the sky
    5. 5. VANISHING POINT(S) In linear perspective, a position on a horizon where lines or rays between near and distant places appear to converge
    6. 6. OVERLAPPING
    7. 7. OVERLAPPINGFIGURES OROBJECTS AREPLACED IN FRONTOF OTHERS TOAPPEAR CLOSERTO THE VIEWER
    8. 8. SIZE DIFFERENCE
    9. 9. SIZE DIFFERENCELARGE OBJECTSAND FIGURESAPPEAR CLOSER
    10. 10. SIZE DIFFERENCELARGE OBJECTSAND FIGURESAPPEAR CLOSERSMALL OBJECTSAND FIGURESAPPEARFARTHER AWAY
    11. 11. LOCATION AND PLACEMENT
    12. 12. LOCATION AND PLACEMENTCLOSER OBJECTS ANDFIGURES ARE USUALLYPLACED LOWER IN THEPICTURE
    13. 13. LOCATION AND PLACEMENTCLOSER OBJECTS ANDFIGURES ARE USUALLYPLACED LOWER IN THEPICTUREFARTHER OBJECTS ANDFIGURES ARE PLACEDHIGHER IN THE PICTURE
    14. 14. LOCATION AND PLACEMENTCLOSER OBJECTS ANDFIGURES ARE USUALLYPLACED LOWER IN THEPICTUREFARTHER OBJECTS ANDFIGURES ARE PLACEDHIGHER IN THE PICTUREThe farthest away usuallybeing on the horizon line
    15. 15. ATMOSPHERIC OR AERIALPERSPECTIVE
    16. 16. DETAILS
    17. 17. DETAILSDetails aremore apparent(easier to see)in theforeground.
    18. 18. DETAILSDetails aremore apparent(easier to see)in theforeground.Detailsdecrease intothe distance
    19. 19. COLORS
    20. 20. COLORS• Colors are more intense up close and lose intensity as they go into the distance
    21. 21. VALUES
    22. 22. VALUESValues aredarker upclose andbecomelighter asthey go intothe distance

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