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Gestaltprinciples2

  1. 2. GESTALT: The whole is GREATER than the sum of its parts.
  2. 3. UNITY: The artist selects, isolates and manipulates elements so they have visual coherence.
  3. 4. HARMONY: What the unifying principals create. Orderly, pleasing relationships between parts of the whole.
  4. 5. REPETITION of SIMILAR ELEMENTS: Creates a sense of movement .
  5. 6. REPETITION OF SIMILAR ELEMENTS: Also creates a sense of PATTERN .
  6. 7. REPETITION: The OVERALL image is more interesting than just one of its parts.
  7. 8. VARIETY: Varying elements slightly or drastically within a unified design contributes to harmony.
  8. 9. RHYTHM: Repetition of similar or varying elements also tends to set up a visual beat .
  9. 10. RHYTHM: Similar elements with similar or progressively changing intervals between them adds to an image’s harmony.
  10. 11. RHYTHM: Similar elements with similar or progressively changing intervals between them adds to a design’s harmony.
  11. 12. BALANCE: Equaling the visual weight of objects and spaces is the key to 2D harmony.
  12. 13. SYMMETRICAL BALANCE: Both sides of a design mirror each other.
  13. 14. ASYMMETRICAL BALANCE: Figures that differ in visual weight are carefully juggled to create the appearance of balance.
  14. 15. BALANCE: The “Rule of Thirds” can be followed (even loosely) to create balanced appeal.
  15. 16. HORIZONTAL BALANCE: The right and left sides are balanced, but not necessarily symmetrical.
  16. 17. VERTICAL BALANCE: The top and bottom are balanced (here in terms of SPACE) but are not necessarily symmetrical.
  17. 18. FOCAL POINT: To unify a design, emphasis is can be added around an area that compels the viewer’s eye to return to it again and again. Without a focal point, things can fall apart.
  18. 19. SCALE: Emphasis can be added by affecting the size of an image compared to its surroundings.
  19. 20. ECONOMY: Using only what is needed to create an intended effect, you can make normal things appear to be abstract or semi-abstract . Work this out with careful cropping .

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