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Date Created: 02/10/16
Formal Visual Elements 0 Creates contours shapes draws eyes to a focal point 0 Diagonal lines put emphasis on energy and dramatics 0 Analogous colors Colors next to one another on a color Wheel Creates a harmonizing feeling 0 Complementary colors Colors across from each other Brings attention to something Shape Mass 0 Mass usually about 3 dimensional objects Juxtaposes different shapes to create an interesting sculpture 0 Shape Can be implied Light 0 Combination of light and dark shading can be crucial to creating an illusion Can give volume Texture 0 Visual Can be implied by the way its painted Actual a person can feel touch Space 0 With 2 dimensional surfaces the illusion of space Unity 0 A sense of oneness 0 Variety Difference Balance 0 Visual weight apparent heaviness or lightness of forms 0 Symmetry 0 Asymmetry 0 Encourages active participation in looking 0 Communicates a mood Emphasis and Subordination 0 Size and Placement 0 Contrasting values 0 Directional lines 0 Color Scale and Proportion 0 Scale size in relation to a standard 0 Proportion size relationships between parts of a whole Rhythm 0 Repetition 0 Pattern 0 Conveys some sense of motion or direction Atmospheric Perspective 0 The way we perceive distance fuzzy background Contrapposto 0 Balance or unbalance in body form Chiaroscuro 0 Light and dark Linear perspective 0 Employs idea of vanishing point Creates an illusion of depth
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