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Leire & Iratxe

  1. 1. Visual Images & Lines and Textures Leire Nieto & Iratxe Grima
  2. 2. Visual Images 1.- What relationships can objects have with each other? Explain and give an example. Proximity, similarity, continuity, of contrast and of homogeneity,. Proximity is when we see that elements are united but they are physically close to one another. For example: when we see trees sometimes they are very close and we think that they are only one. Similarity is when we see similar images and we make a grup with them, as if they were only one image.When we see a lot of bikes together that are similar, we see them like a group forming an image. Continuity is when we see a group of elements that go in the same direction and they create a simple form. For example people walking in the snow with a distance from one to another.
  3. 3. Proximity Similarity Continuity
  4. 4. Of contrast is when we see an element out of its environment and we pay more atention to it. For example when we see a flower in the desert. Of homogeneity is the opposite of contrast. When we see an element in a similar environment. For example when the camaleons are in their environments and they are of the same colour. Of contrast Of homogeneity
  5. 5. 2.- What items feature in our visual public enviroment? Give an example of some type of visual contamination in this enviroment. For example in the natural parks near the mountains there are a lot of museums, rustic restaurants and places to visit. And in the natural parks in a lot of places, for example in the beaches or in Rustic irelands, etc. Normally in this places there is a lot of papers in the flour and this one of the most common types of visual contamination. This feature in our visual public enviroment because in there´s a house in the middle of the mountain
  6. 6. 3.- What are the stages involved in the communication process? Transmitter Message Recipient Chanel or medium Context Reference Chanel or medium Code
  7. 7. For example in this image the teacher is speaking with the chils. He is the transmiter and the childs are the recipient. The maths are the message.
  8. 8. 4.- Give an example of each of the following: graphic and visual media, audio-visual media and sound media. Write down one characteristic typical of each. Graphic and visual media appears for example in magazines or newspapers. Some typical characteristics are that they haven´t sound and they communicate ideas. Audiovisual media appears usually in the television. Some typical characteristics are that they are made for sound and they have images and texts incorporated. Sound media appears for example in the radio. Some typical characteristics are that it is cheaper than other media and it can reach a large amount of people listening.
  9. 9. This is an example of audiovisual media. This is an example of graphic and visual media This is an example of sound media
  10. 10. 5.- Draw a character (or get on from Internet) with different-shaped speech bubbles or balloons. In each one, add the words. "Where are you going?". Briefly explain the different effects that each type of bubble makes. Where are you going? Where are you going? Where are you going? Where are you going? 1 2 3 4
  11. 11. The first one is for thinking, when somebody is thinking something. The second one is for speaking, when somebody is saying something. The third one is for sleeping, when somebody is sleeping. The fourth one is for shouting, when somebody is shouting.
  12. 12. 6.- Look for a Nike logo in the links and express what it transmits in your opinion. It has a tick because it wants to say that the clothes of this mark are the bests. They don´t copy to anyone to say that their clothes are original and their dessigners make them. They want to say that they are the only ones.
  13. 13. 7.- Look for three images that we may perceive differently if we take them out of context. When we see this penguins in the street is extrange but if we say that they are in a zoo it isn’t strange. When we see this person in the sky is extrange but if we say that he is doing parachuting it isn’t strange.
  14. 14. When we see this in the street it is very strange but if we say that he is making an advertisment it isn’t too strange.
  15. 15. 8.- Look at the comic and say which types of shots are the different pannels. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The first one is a long shot. The second one is a medium full shot. The third one is a medium full shot too. The fourth one is a medium shot. The fifth one a full-figure shot. The sixth one is a full-fiogure shot too and the las one is a close up shot.
  16. 16. Lines and textures 1.- What is a realistic drawing? How do we use lines in this type of drawing? Realistic drawing are images that are composed of visual icons or shapes. In realistic drawins lines are used to portray the appearence of shapes with the shape that we see them.
  17. 17. -Irregular lines express tension. -Irregular straigh lines animate to be less rigid. -Irregular curved lines increase tension, movement and rhythm and can producecan produce effect of disorderand chaos. 2.- A line is an expressive element. What messages do different types of line transmit? Draw diagrams to go with your explanation. -Straigh lines produce a sesation of instability or aggression. -Curved lines transmit movement, energy, and vitality.
  18. 18. Lines Straight lines Sentation of instability or agression. Curved lines They transmit energy movement and vitality. Irregular lines They can express tension Irregular straight lines They animate to be less rigid. Irregular curved lines They increase tension movement and rhythm and can producecan produce effect of disorderand chaos.
  19. 19. 3.- What are visual textures? Name three of them. Textures that create the ilusion of visual surfaces on a two-dimensional support. When we talk about it we mean a textures that is generally seen bu realy touched. For example: ornamental texture, accidental texture and mechanical texture. 4.- How can you use texture to organise and balance a composition? We can use order to organised similar shapes from greater to lesser importance and we create an area of greater importance and visibility. We can use balance using texture we can make shape seem to weigh more than another.