Cell animation o Computer animation o Stop motion animation 3D art is expressed

# Cell animation o computer animation o stop motion

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Cell animation o Computer animation o Stop motion animation 3D art is expressed in height, width, and depth Form (can be geometric of organic) o Shapes are flat; forms are 3d o 2 fundamental attributes: volume & mass o Organic forms - Derived from living things - Irregular and unpredictable - Can be used for expressive effect o Form in relief: a work in which forms project from a flat surface - Bas-relief - High relief Volume: amount of space occupied by a from o Open volume: when artists enclose a space with material that are not completely solid, they create an open volume Mass: Suggests something is solid and occupies space…in art means heaviness of a piece Texture: tactical sensation we experience when we physically encounter 3D object Value: Can produce a sense of solidity and influence our mood o Use dark and light values as tools for creating depth… (illusion of form) o “Chiaroscuro”: dramatic effect of contrasting area in an artwork, particularly paintings o Tenebrism: painting in the “shadowy manner” using violent contrasts of light and dark Space o Size of one shape compared to another often suggests that the larger object is closer to us o If one shape overlaps another, shape in from seems to be closer etc. Perspective o Atmospheric perspective: technique of rendering depth or distance in painting by modifying the tone or hue and distinctness of object perceived as receding from the picture plane o Isometric perspective: a system using diagonal parallel lines to communicate depth o Linear perspective: parallel lines converging in order to give the illusion of depth and distance on a 2-D surface o One-point perspective: all line appears to meet at a single point on the horizon o Two-point perspective: 2 vanishing points are used and the object is diagonal to the viewer
o Three-point perspective: when lines converge to a third vanishing point; used to

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• Spring '16
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