ang kakanyahan ng dalawang isang function ay ang pagsusulatan sa
pagitan ng mga elemento ng dalawang set tulad na sa bawat...
Shapes can be geometric (e.g.: square, circle, hexagon, etc.) or organic
(such as the shape of a puddle, blob, leaf, boome...
Line is defined as a mark that spans a distance between two points (or
the path of a moving point), taking any form along ...
Unity is the concept behind the artwork. An analogy would be the way in
which a conductor directs a wide variety of instru...
Contrast[edit]
Contrast is created by using elements that conflict with one another.
Often, contrast is created using comp...
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  1. 1. ang kakanyahan ng dalawang isang function ay ang pagsusulatan sa pagitan ng mga elemento ng dalawang set tulad na sa bawat elemento sa unang hanay ay tumutugma sa eksaktong isang elemento mula sa pangalawang hanay. kung paano mo maaaring nauugnay ito sa real mga sitwasyon sa buhay? banggitin hindi bababa sa dalawang mga partikular na sitwasyong Texture[edit] The texture is the quality of a surface, often corresponding to its tactile character, or what may be sensed by touch. Texture may be used, for example, in portraying fabrics. It can be explicitly rendered, or implied with other artistic elements such as lines, shading, and variation of color. It is also about the different patterns and types of lines shading e.g.: rough,smoothe, and soft in art.. Form is the external appearance of a clearly defined area. Form could refer to 4th dimensional figures such as in computer generated designs. Space[edit] Space is the area provided for a particular purpose. Space includes the background, foreground and middle ground. Space refers to the distances or areas around, between or within things. There are two types of space: positive and negative space. Positive space refers to the space of a shape representing the subject matter. Negative space refers to the space around and between the subject matter. Space is also defined as the distance between identifiable points or planes in a work of art. Shape[edit] Shape pertains to the use of areas in two-dimensional space that can be defined by edges, setting one flat specific space apart from another.
  2. 2. Shapes can be geometric (e.g.: square, circle, hexagon, etc.) or organic (such as the shape of a puddle, blob, leaf, boomerang, etc.) Shapes are defined by other elements of art: Space, Line, Texture, Value, Color,shape,form. Color[edit] Color pertains to the use of hue in artwork and design. Defined as primary colors (red, yellow, blue) which cannot be mixed in pigmentfrom other hues, secondary colors (green, orange, violet) which are directly mixed from combinations of primary colors. Further combinations of primary and secondary colors create tertiary (and more) hues. Tint and Shade are references to adding variations inValue; other tertiary colors are derived by mixing either a primary or secondary color with a neutral color. e.g. Red + White = Pink. Color is the quality of an object or substance with respect to the one reflected by it, and usually determined visually by measurement of hue, saturation and brightness of the reflected light. in simple form, when light strikes an object with color, then, the color reflects back to your eye. More light means a higher intensity level of the color. The value and hue vary when light darkens or brightens. Tone/Value[edit] Value, or tone, refers to the use of light and dark, shade and highlight, in an artwork. Some people also refer the lightness and darkness in an artwork as tints (light) and shades (dark). Black-and-white photography depends entirely on value to define its subjects. Value is directly related to contrast. Value is the relative degree of lightness in the graphic work of art or painting. Line[edit]
  3. 3. Line is defined as a mark that spans a distance between two points (or the path of a moving point), taking any form along the way. As an art element, line pertains to the use of various marks, outlines and implied lines in artwork and design, most often used to define shape in twodimensional work. Implied line is the path that the viewer's eye takes as it follows shapes, colors, and form along a path, but may not be continuous or physically connected, such as the line created by a dancer's arms, torso, and legs when performing an arabesque. Line is an element of art that is simplest, most ancient, and most universal means for creating visual arts. A line is an identifiable path created by a point moving in space. It is two-dimensional and can vary in width, direction, and length. Lines often define the edges of a form. Lines can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal, straight or curved, thick or thin. Movement[edit] Movement shows actions, or alternatively, the path the viewer's eye follows throughout an artwork. Movement is caused by using elements under the rules of the principles in picture to give the feeling of motion and to guide the viewer's eyes throughout the artwork. In movement an art should flow, because the artist has the ability to control the viewer's eye. The artists control what the viewers see and how they see it, like a path leading across the page to the item the artist wants the viewer's attention focused on. Techniques such as scale and proportion can be used to create an effect of movement in a visual artwork. For instance, an element that is further into the background is smaller in scale and lighter in value. The same element repeated in different places within the same image can also demonstrate the passing of time or movement.[3] Unity[edit]
  4. 4. Unity is the concept behind the artwork. An analogy would be the way in which a conductor directs a wide variety of instruments in an orchestra to produce a symphony that is recognized as a single comprehensible piece.[3] Unity is how well different parts of an artwork build on each other. Harmony[edit] Harmony is achieved in a body of work by using similar elements throughout the work, harmony gives an uncomplicated look to a piece of artwork or sculpture. Color harmony or color theory is also considered a principle through the application of the design element of color. Variety[edit] Variety is the quality or state of having different forms or types, notable use of contrast, emphasis, difference in size and color.[2] Balance[edit] (l-r) symmetrical, asymmetrical, and radial balance Balance is arranging elements so that no one part of a work overpowers, or seems heavier than any other part. The three different kinds of balance are symmetrical, asymmetrical, and radial. Symmetrical (or formal) balance is the most stable, in a visual sense. When both sides of an artwork on either side of the horizontal or vertical axis of the picture plane are exactly (or nearly exactly the same) the work is said to exhibit this type of balance.
  5. 5. Contrast[edit] Contrast is created by using elements that conflict with one another. Often, contrast is created using complementary colors or extremely light and dark values. Contrast creates interest in a piece and often draws the eye to certain areas. It is used to make a painting more visually interesting.[2] Proportion[edit] Proportion is a measurement of the size and quantity of elements within a composition. In ancient arts, proportions of forms were enlarged to show importance. This is why Egyptian gods and political figures appear so much larger than common people. The ancient Greeks found fame with their accurately-proportioned sculptures of the human form. Beginning with the Renaissance, artists recognized the connection between proportion and the illusion of 3-dimensional space. Pattern and rhythm[edit] Pattern and rhythm is showing consistency with colors or lines. Putting a red spiral at the bottom left and top right, for example, will cause the eye to move from one spiral, to the other, and everything in between. It is indicating movement by the repetition of elements. Rhythm can make an artwork seem active.[2]

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