Principles of design Dejah moton

Repetition

repeated elements of art: shapes, color, textures, lines, forms, values..

Movement

how the elements are arranged to direct the viewers eye throughout the art.

Balance

balance refers to the ways in which the elements (lines, shapes, colors, textures, etc.) of a piece are arranged.

Variation

The elements in art need to be varied but harmonious. Different width lines, various selection of sizes

with the shapes, different shades of a color, etc.

Dominance

The strongest focal point with the greatest visual weight is the dominant element of the work.

Economy

Leaving aspects of the original picture out so the center of interest will stand out.

Credits:

Created with images by Arturo Espinosa - "Yukteswar. Incomparable teacher! for PIFAL" • the euskadi 11 - "repetition" • Thad Zajdowicz - "Neon grate 2" • Paul L Dineen - "Christmas lights + shaken camera ... IMG_9117" • H o l l y. - "Forest Blues." • pedrosimoes7 - "Nature morte (Fernand Léger, 1938)" • Debasisphotography - "quarter past 5" • PRECIOSA ORNELA - "PRECIOSA - Lampworking Training" • BurnAway - "CO0P5439.jpg" • pedrosimoes7 - "Fire tale (1997) - Paula Rego (1935)" • cliff1066™ - "Brazilian Squirrel Monkey (Saimiri)" • chefranden - "Shale Oil Tankers" • EmreAyar - "tiny frog"

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