1 Elements of Design are the parts What are they?Elements of Design are the parts- They structure and carry the workPrinciples of Design- They affect the content and the message
2 Elements of Design: Visual tools the artist uses Space * Line *ShapeForm *Color * ValueTexture
3 Line Is strokes that show motion and connecting two points. The artist Paul Klee said “ LINE WAS A DOT TAKING A WALK.”It has five characteristics: Length, width, curvature, depth, and texture
4 Shape Is an ENCLOSED LINE. It has HEIGHT and WIDTH and is usually considered flat or 2- DThere are four basic shapes:CIRCLE, SQUARE, RECTANGLE, and TRIANGLE
5 Two types of ShapeGeometric: Hard-Edged shapes such as squares, rectangles, circles and triangles.Organic: A shape with smooth, curved lines, shapes and edges that resembles something from nature or life.
6 Form Is TWO OR MORE SHAPES COMBINED. It has height, width and DEPTH. It is considered 3-D and usually you can walk around and/ or through it.There are four forms…. SPHERE, CONE, CYLINDER, and CUBE (which is man-made)
7 Space Is the AREA the artist works on. It can be paper, clay, canvas, walls, etc.It has two characteristics:POSITIVE… the object (the tree)NEGATIVE… the voided area surrounding the object.(the white)
8 Color HUE is another word for color. There are: 3 PRIMARY colors common name of a hue found in or related to the color spectrumHUE is another word for color.There are:3 PRIMARY colors3 SECONDARY colors6 INTERMEDIATE colors* All placed evenly around the color wheel
9 Value IS THE LIGHTNESS AND DARKNESS OF A COLOR OR NEUTRAL GREY. White added to a color is a TINTGray added to a color is a TONEBlack added to a color is a SHADE.
10 TEXTURE THE FEEL OF A SURFACE. There are two kinds: ACTUAL OR REAL… usually made by natureIMPLIED OR FAKE… Usually created by man.
11 Principles of Design Directions for the Elements Balance * MovementRepetition * EmphasisContrast * UnityRythm
12 BalanceEQUILIBRIUM… the feeling of being comfortable in artwork. Where the elements are placed in the picture in a way so they have equal weightThere are two kinds…SYMMETRICAL or formal balance which is objects centeredASYMMETRICAL or informal balance which is more objects on one side or off centered.
13 Movement THE PATH OUR EYES FOLLOW IN ART WORK. Usually it brings the viewer in, around, and through the piece.Also known as Rhythm
14 RepetitionIS REPEATED ELEMENTS… which is varied in size, shape or colorAlso known as pattern.
15 EmphasisDRAWING ATTENTION TO THE MAIN OBJECT. All elements; like line, color, and shapes, direct your eyes to the main point.
16 ContrastTHE OPPOSITE OR VARIED ELEMENTS that make an artwork interesting. Such as;colorthick or thin lines,large or small shapesrough or smooth texture etc.
17 UnityONENESS… makes all the elements and principles' work together to form a piece of art.Also called harmony
18 RhythmLines, shapes, or patterns that create a feeling of movement