Art Exploration Disney

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Principles of Design in Disney- the purpose of this assessment displayed the principles of design (balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, proportion, and rhythm) to integrate student interests/ likes as an artifact for art in childhood education.

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Art Exploration Disney

  1. 1. Principles of Design in Disney By Blair Thallmayer Cohort 2
  2. 2. Principles of Design in Disney By Blair Thallmayer Cohort 2
  3. 3. BALANCE www.rebelgrrrl.wordpress.com This is an example of Asymmetrical Balance: while both sides do not reflect, the overall harmony and balance of the picture is not interrupted.
  4. 4. BALANCE www.disney-clipart.com This is an example of Asymmetrical Balance: the positioning of the seal and of Ariel’s fins balance out an otherwise non-reflective picture.
  5. 5. CONTRAST www.starstore.com This is an example of Contrast: the brightest of the golden dresses proves to be a sharp difference in color to the purple background.
  6. 6. CONTRAST http://is0.okcupid.com This is an example of Contrast: the left side of Jasmine is extremely dark, while her right side features a bright green.
  7. 7. EMPHASIS www.disney.com This is an example of Emphasis: despite the leaves and background we are instantly drawn to her head.
  8. 8. EMPHASIS www.postershop.co.uk This is an example of Emphasis: her pink dress stands out more than everything else in the picture.
  9. 9. MOVEMENT www.disney-clipart.com This is an example of Movement: though we cannot see them dance, their positions imply that action is taking place.
  10. 10. MOVEMENT http://content.answers.com This is an example of Movement: though we cannot see them dance, their positions imply that action is taking place.
  11. 11. PROPORTION www.disney-clipart.com This is an example of Proportion: even though all of the characters are sea creatures, Ariel stands out as being much larger than the rest.
  12. 12. PROPORTION http://images.amazon.com This is an example of Proportion: the Beast appears larger than Belle, and Belle appears larger than the candlestick, teapot, and teacup.
  13. 13. RHYTHM www.movieposter.com This is an example of Rhythm: the background border and the arms of the characters follow the movement of up and down.
  14. 14. RHYTHM www.anjo-banjo.com This is an example of Rhythm: the implied motion of walking down the steps causes us to move our eyes down the steps and across the picture.

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