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ELEMENTS
OF ART
LINE
DEFINITION
An element of art to define shape and contours (outlines); a
continuous mark made on a surface
LINE
CHARACTERISTICS
Width – thick, thin
Length – long, short, continuous, broken
Direction – horizontal, vertical, diagon...
COLOR
DEFINITION
Refers to reflected light
Hue = Color (red)
Value = lightness or darkness
Intensity = How bright or dim
COLOR
CHARACTERISTICS
Primary, Secondary, Tertiary/Intermediate, Complementary
Colors, Analogous, Triadic, Monochromatic, ...
SHAPE
DEFINITION
A 2-D area designed in some way; has height and width, but
no depth.
SHAPE
CHARACTERISTICS
Geometric shapes- shapes that are sharp and found in math
Organic shapes – shapes that are found in ...
SHAPE
VISUAL
SPACE
DEFINITION
Refers to the area in or around an object; the arrangement of
objects on a picture plane; depth can be ac...
SPACE
CHARACTERISTICS
Positive = space in; occupied by an object
Negative = space out or around an object where there is
n...
SPACE
VISUAL
TEXTURE
DEFINITION
The surface quality of an object; the illusion of roughness or
smoothness in a picture
TEXTURE
CHARACTERISTICS
Real texture – the actual texture of an objects
Implied Texture – how the texture appears to feel ...
TEXTURE
VISUAL
VALUE
DEFINITION
The range of lightness and darkness within a picture; creates
depth within a picture, making an object lo...
VALUE
CHARACTERISTICS
TINT
SHADE
CROSS HATCHING
HATCHING
BLENDING
STIPPLING
VALUE
VISUAL
FORM
DEFINITION
A 3-D area that is defined in some way; has height, width, and
depth
FORM
CHARACTERISTICS
Geometric, organic
FORM
VISUAL
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Elements of art

  1. 1. ELEMENTS OF ART
  2. 2. LINE DEFINITION An element of art to define shape and contours (outlines); a continuous mark made on a surface
  3. 3. LINE CHARACTERISTICS Width – thick, thin Length – long, short, continuous, broken Direction – horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curving, perpendicular, oblique, Focus – sharp, blurry, fuzzy Feeling – sharp, jagged, graceful Contour lines – lines that describe the shape of an object (outline) Implied lines – lines not actually drawn but created by a group of objects seen from a distance
  4. 4. COLOR DEFINITION Refers to reflected light Hue = Color (red) Value = lightness or darkness Intensity = How bright or dim
  5. 5. COLOR CHARACTERISTICS Primary, Secondary, Tertiary/Intermediate, Complementary Colors, Analogous, Triadic, Monochromatic, Warm, Cool
  6. 6. SHAPE DEFINITION A 2-D area designed in some way; has height and width, but no depth.
  7. 7. SHAPE CHARACTERISTICS Geometric shapes- shapes that are sharp and found in math Organic shapes – shapes that are found in nature; round
  8. 8. SHAPE VISUAL
  9. 9. SPACE DEFINITION Refers to the area in or around an object; the arrangement of objects on a picture plane; depth can be achieve in space through perspective
  10. 10. SPACE CHARACTERISTICS Positive = space in; occupied by an object Negative = space out or around an object where there is nothing there
  11. 11. SPACE VISUAL
  12. 12. TEXTURE DEFINITION The surface quality of an object; the illusion of roughness or smoothness in a picture
  13. 13. TEXTURE CHARACTERISTICS Real texture – the actual texture of an objects Implied Texture – how the texture appears to feel but may not actually feel that way
  14. 14. TEXTURE VISUAL
  15. 15. VALUE DEFINITION The range of lightness and darkness within a picture; creates depth within a picture, making an object look 3-D
  16. 16. VALUE CHARACTERISTICS TINT SHADE CROSS HATCHING HATCHING BLENDING STIPPLING
  17. 17. VALUE VISUAL
  18. 18. FORM DEFINITION A 3-D area that is defined in some way; has height, width, and depth
  19. 19. FORM CHARACTERISTICS Geometric, organic
  20. 20. FORM VISUAL

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