Ch8Outline - Nick King Foundations 2 Sean Matthews T R...

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Nick King Foundations 2 Sean Matthews T R 3:00-4:50 Chapter 8 Outline In Chapter 8 we learn about the key elements, which make up sculpture and three-dimensional design. The book tells us that the nine major elements that make up 3D design consist of line, plane, volume, mass, space, texture, light, color, and time. The chapter begins by defining form and content. Form in a sculptural context is simply defined as the “physical manifestation of an idea,” and content what the idea is that is being portrayed. There are many different forms included in sculpture such as positive, organic, geometric, static, dynamic, and kinetic. Each of these forms can be used to depict certain emotions the artist is trying to evoke. Also the materials can play a huge roll in describing the artists intentions for a certain piece. The book splits 3D Design into four different variations. These variations are relief work, three-quarter work, freestanding works, and environmental works.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGLISH 1000 taught by Professor Downer during the Fall '08 term at Appalachian State.

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