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ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE 6 TH GRADE VISUAL ARTS
ELEMENTS OF ART… 2
LINE A line is a basic element of art, referring to a continuous mark, made on a surface, by a moving point. 3
SHAPE 4 An enclosed space created by a line. There are two types of shape: Organic- free flowing (found in nature, never the exact same) Geometric- man made (they are symmetrical)
SPACE 5 Distances or areas around, between or within components of art. Positive Space Negative Space
FORM 6 a 3-D geometrical figure. Can hold it, or it would look like you could hold it. (examples: sphere, cube, cylinder, cone, etc.) Shape is FLAT and forms are, or appear 3D
COLOR 7 The look of an something in the light. Without light, we wouldn’t have color.
COLOR CONTINUED… 8 Primary Colors:Secondary Colors: -Red -Yellow -Blue -Red + Blue = Violet -Yellow + Red = Orange -Blue + Yellow = Green Complimentary Colors: Are directly across from each other on the color wheel.
VALUE 9 The difference between light and dark in a composition. Tints Shades
TEXTURE 10 the way a 3D work actually feels when touched, or the visual "feel" of a 2D work. Real Texture vs. Simulated Texture
NEW TERMS USED IN THIS PROJECT 11 Horizon Line Vanishing Point Guide Lines Block Letters Orthogonal Horizontal Lines Vertical Lines Complimentary Colors
HORIZONTAL LINES 12 □ Go from side to side
VERTICAL LINES 13 □ Go from top to bottom
HORIZON LINE 14 a horizontal line across the picture. Where the sky and the ground meet.
VANISHING POINT 15 The point at which all lines meet. The v.p. is found on the horizon line.
GUIDE LINES 16 Used to help you create your name ___________________________________________ _____________________________________________ Helps give your letters the same height.
ORTHOGONAL 17 The lines that connect the edges of our shape to the v.p. Give the illusion of depth. REMEMBER to keep your lines PARELLEL to the edge of the shape when you are creating the sides/top or bottom
BLOCK LETTERS No curves Making our letters look like they are a block (3-D) 18
COMPLIMENTARY COLORS Are directly across from each other on the color wheel. Red and _________________________ Blue and _________________________ Yellow and ________________________ 19