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  • 1. Tyler Whitney per 1 Unit 2: Elements of design
  • 2. I thought this would represent some lighter colors and also texture. The green is realy shown because of the dark brown mud “Hidden frog”
  • 3. This would be an example of value. The brightness of the sun contrasts the darkness of the bush and trees in the picture. “shining through”
  • 4. This would be an example of texture because you can visibly see the bark and also the twigs in the ground. “Birds eye”
  • 5. This is an example of color because there is a lot of color. “Natures heart”
  • 6. This is an example of space because the water is surrounded by the nature and trees and such. “ripples”
  • 7. This is an example of value the bright sky is contrasting the very dark ground “Bright seeing”
  • 8. This would be an example of space because its very surrounded by the trees and stuff. “Open minded”
  • 9. I see this an example of shape because of the way the trees are formed. “Reflecting image”
  • 10. This an example of form the cabin is surrounded by the trees. “Cabin in the Woods”
  • 11. This is value because its all contrasting and yeah. “Look a tree”

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