Shape and form

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  • Shape and form

    1. 1. SHAPE AND FORM
    2. 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. 3. • Outline
    4. 4. •Solid
    5. 5. BASIC SHAPES• CIRCLE• SQUARE• TRIANGLE
    6. 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. 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. 8. FORM• Objects having three-dimensions or the illusion of 3 dimensions• Forms can be geometric and organic
    9. 9. BASIC FORMS• SPHERE• CUBE• CONE• PYRAMID• CYLINDER

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