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-1Art Study Guide for Second Test Line- a dot in motion, most basic element Actual line- crack in the side walk Implied line- gaze into dog’s eyes Outline/contour line- defines the edge of an object, makes objects look flat -A diagonal line creates the most movement. Value- light and dark, gradations between black and white - hatching - cross-hatching - stippling Color- “Hue” - most powerful and seductive element - symbolizes emotions and changes emotions - color wheel = 12 colors - one hue of red, many colors of red (ex: brick red, cardinal red, blood red, etc.) - complimentary- intensify each other, direct opposites on color wheel Space- visual lines Linear perspective- idea that parallel lines converge at a common vanishing point Atmospheric perspective- value changes, things that are darker come forward, things that are lighter seem farther, detail also changes. Each succeeding object appears paler and bluer. Form- three dimensional - the form of the dog casts the shape of the shadow Texture - actual texture - visual texture- fake - impasto
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ART 155 taught by Professor Lamb during the Spring '08 term at Fontbonne.

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