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    • The Visual Elements (2)
    • ISOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE
      A means of rendering three-dimensional objects without reliance on vanishing points or converging lines; scale of objects remains the same regardless of the distance from the foreground and background.
    • Isometric Perspective.
    • Indicating Time in Art
      • Dimensions of Time
      • Key terms:
      • Chronology
      • Narrative
      • Duration
      • Tempo
      • Scope
      • Sequence
    • Indicating Time in Art
      • Actual Time
      • Implied Time
      • Recorded Time
    • KINETIC ART
      Artifacts that are designed to move.
    • VALUE
      • Highlights
      • Shadow
      • Contrast
    • VALUE
      The relative degree of light or dark.
    • CONTRAST
      The degree of value difference in an image; high contrast is a wide separation between dark and light; low contrast is a narrow range of values in an image.
    • HUE
      A name of a color family or an area on the color wheel.
    • White Light Refracted by a Prism.
    • SUBTRACTIVE COLOR PROCESS
      The mixing of pigments and dyes so that all colors of light except the color are absorbed (subtracted).
    • Pigment Primaries: Subtractive color mixture.
    • ADDITIVE COLOR PROCESS
      The mixing of colored lights so that they shine on a surface, they combine (add) to make other colors.
    • PRIMARY COLORS
      In a color system, the basic colors that cannot be broken down into other colors and that can be combined to create other colors.
    • Hue – the color wheel.
    • SECONDARY COLORS
      The product of mixing two primary colors.
    • TERTIARY COLORS
      The products of mixing a primary and secondary color.
    • Hue – the color wheel.
    • KEY
      Used synonymously with value. In a scale of values, high-key colors are lighter than colors in the middle of the scale; low-key colors are darker than the colors in the middle of the scale.
    • TONE
      A color that has gray added to it.
    • TINT
      A color that has white added to it.
    • SHADE
      A color that has black added to it.
    • INTENSITY, SATURATION
      The strength or weakness of a color.
    • Sandro Botticelli. Detail of Birth of Venus. 1486.
      Color Printing: yellow.
    • Sandro Botticelli. Detail of Birth of Venus. 1486.
      Color Printing: magenta.
    • Sandro Botticelli. Detail of Birth of Venus. 1486.
      Color Printing: yellow and magenta.
    • Sandro Botticelli. Detail of Birth of Venus. 1486.
      Color Printing: cyan.
    • Sandro Botticelli. Detail of Birth of Venus. 1486.
      Color Printing: yellow, magenta, and cyan.
    • Sandro Botticelli. Detail of Birth of Venus. 1486.
      Color Printing: black.
    • Sandro Botticelli. Detail of Birth of Venus. 1486.
      Color Printing: yellow, magenta, cyan, and black.
    • Sandro Botticelli. Detail of Birth of Venus. 1486.
      Color printing detail.
    • OPTICAL COLOR MIXING
      Placement of different colors in such a way that the human eye mixes them to form new colors.
    • Color Schemes
      • Monochromatic, Analogous, and Complementary
      • Triads, Tetrads, and Hexads
      • Warm and Cool Colors
      • Earth Tones
      • Polychromatic Schemes
    • MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEME
      Variations in color based on one hue.
    • ANALOGOUS COLOR SCHEME
      Variations in color between hues adjacent to one another on the color wheel.
    • COMPLIMENTARY COLOR SCHEME
      Variations in color based on colors opposite each other on the color wheel.
    • TRIAD
      Three colors that are equidistant from one another (form an equilateral triangle) on the color wheel.
    • TETRAD
      Four colors that are equidistant from one another (form a square or rectangle) on the color wheel.
    • HEXAD
      Six colors obtained by choosing every other color on the color wheel.
    • SIMULTANEOUS CONTRAST
      An effect achieved by placing highly contrasting colors (complements), values, and intensities next to each other.
    • Polychromatic Color Scheme
      Having many colors; random or intuitive use of color combinations as opposed to color selection based on a specific color scheme.
    • Earth Tones
    • Analysis:
      Color temperature
      Color Scheme
      Key
      Mood
    • TEXTURE
      • Actual Texture
      • Implied Texture
      • Visual texture: an illusion of tactile qualities
      • Invented Texture
    • TEXTURE
      ACTUAL TEXTURE: The tactile quality of the material used to make an artifact.
      IMPLIED TEXTURE:
      The tactile quality of elements in an artifact rendered in a way that gives the impression of texture.