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Lesson 3 - Element of Art and Design.pdf

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Lesson 3 - Element of Art and Design.pdf

  1. 1. • •
  2. 2. - We, the viewers, will be able to see the subject matter that is further away as well as closer to us.
  3. 3. - is the actual object(s) within the artwork. It is the area that objects occupy. - is the area in and around the objects. It is the “background” and it contributes to the work of art.
  4. 4. •Perspective creates a sense of deep space. In 2-D artworks, use of perspective adds an illusion of visual space
  5. 5. A form is a shape that has become 3- Dimensional (3-D). Form has height, width and depth--which is the 3rd dimension.
  6. 6. Circle—>Sphere Square —>Cube Rectangle >Rectangular prism Triangle —> Pyramid
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  10. 10. is the way the surface of an object actually feels. Examples: sandpaper, cotton balls, tree bark, puppy fur, etc.
  11. 11. - is the way the surface of an object looks like it feels. This is the type of texture that artists use when they draw and paint. Textures may look rough, fuzzy, gritty, or scruffy, but cannot actually be felt.

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