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1 Elements of Design

2 What are they? Line Colour Attributes Shape Categories Space Form

3 What is this? Elements of art are the basic properties of a work of art that may be perceived through the senses. In a painting, for instance, the properties that may be perceived through our senses are texture, form, shape, color, line and value- Wikipedia

4 Line A line is a fundamental mark or stroke used in drawing in which the length is longer than the width. Two connected points form a line and every line has a length, width, and direction if it is straight

5 This image contains contour lines (the outline of the birds) and decoration lines (hatching).

6 Colour The visual impact of a colour or colour combination. Can create an order in the art. The association we have with certain colours

7 Colour Theory Warm colours Cool colours

8 Attributes Attributes are things like Shades, Hues, Tints and Saturations Let’s look at some examples:

9 Hues A Hue is really just a pure colour. No shades or tints.

10 Shades When black is added to the colour

11 Tints When Whites are added. Tones are when black and white are both added

12 Saturation Gives colour brightness or dullness

13 Shape A shape is defined as an area that stands out from the space next to or around it due to a defined or implied boundary, or because of differences of value, color, or texture. All objects have some sort of shape

14 Categories Mechanical Shapes- look like they were made by man-made tools. They produce a feeling of control and order

15 Organic Shapes: freehand drawn shapes hat are complex and normally found in nature. Organic shapes produce a natural feel.

16 Texture Meaning the way a surface feels or is perceived to feel. Texture can be added to attract or repel interest to an element, depending on the pleasantness of the texture.

17 Space Overlap is the effect where objects appear to be on top of each other. This illusion makes the top element look closer to the observer. There is no way to determine the depth of the space, only the order of closeness. Shading adds gradation marks to make an object of a two-dimensional surface seem three-dimensional. Shadows Linear Perspective is the concept relating to how an object seems smaller the farther away it gets. Atmospheric Perspective is based on how air acts as a filter to change the appearance of distance objects.

18 Overlap Space

19 Shading and Shadows

20 Linear Perspective

21 Atmospheric Perspective

22 Form Form is any three dimensional object. Form can be measured, from top to bottom (height), side to side (width), and from back to front (depth). Form is also defined by light and dark. There are two types of form, geometric (man-made) and natural (organic form). Form may be created by the combining of two or more shapes. It may be enhanced by tone, texture and color. It can be illustrated or constructed.

23 Geometric Forms

24 Organic Forms

25 Your Assignment: Create a logo that uses 5 or more of the Elements of Design that we discussed in class. In a journal, describe each element you have used and where it is in your image.





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