Principles of Design Dyanjel ford

Repitition- repeated elements of art: shapes, colors, textures, lines, forms, values.
Movement-how the elements are arranged to direct a viewers eye throughout the art, could be in a "A" "B" "C".
Balance- What does it mean for a piece of art to be (Balanced).
Variation- The elements in art need to be varied but harmonious.
Dominance- Also called Emphasis or Center of Interest. One aspect of the picture needs to stand out.
Economy- This is purposefully leaving aspects of the original image OUT as you draw or paint in order to allow the Center of Interest to stand out.
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Dyanjel Ford
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Created with images by InspiredImages - "pencils crayons colourful" • oldmansweaters - "Repetition" • Paul Ebbo - "Movement" • Devanath - "harmony relax rock" • Tariq786 - "focus candies sweets" • stevepb - "stress tension pressure" • frankieleon - "Got something to say?"

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