Presentation on theme: "By: Jayanna Levesque Digital Media 10. Line is the movement of dots. There are three types of line: 1. Actual line: It is form of line drawn by pen, pencil."— Presentation transcript:
Line is the movement of dots. There are three types of line: 1. Actual line: It is form of line drawn by pen, pencil or color etc, it may be straight or curved 2. Implied line: It is not a proper line but helps eye to travel along the art piece. e.g. dotted line on road 3. Psychic line: This form of line has no physical value it is a psychologically created line e.g. when we are pointing something out, our eye travels from our hand to that object as if on a line. Line is the path of a moving point. Lines define the edges of shapes and forms.
The 2D representation of an object or idea. Shape is an area enclosed by line. It is 2 dimensional and can be geometric or organic. Multiple simple shapes can be conglomerated to make complex shapes.
Form is the three-dimensional counterpart to shape. There are two types of form: Illusionary form is the form created through use of concepts such as perspective in order to show form on a two dimensional work, whereas real form is the form seen in sculpture and other three dimensional art. Real form holds three dimensional physical space.
Value is the relative degree of light and dark in between white and black. Value is the lightness or darkness of a surface. It is often referred to when shading but value is also important in the study of color. Think of adding white or black to a pure color and how it would change.
Color is the physical response to wavelengths of light as they reflect from surfaces. Color properties include hue (the common name of the color: blue, red, yellow, etc…), intensity (from grey to full saturation), and value (light to dark).
Texture can be either real or perceived. Real texture is how a work of art actually feels, while perceived texture is how an artwork appears to feel. Texture refers to the surface quality or “feel” of an object – smooth, rough, soft, etc. Textures may be actual (felt with touch – tactile) or implied (suggested by the way an artist has created the work of art -visual). Texture is often emphasized in oblique (angled) lighting as it strikes the objects from one side.
The use of space and room in a visual design. This also is also inclusive of negative space (the space around a shape or object). Space is the illusion of objects having depth on the 2- dimensional surface. Linear and aerial perspective are used.