Principle of Designs Kelvin PeRry Jr.

Repitition- refers to an object or shape repeated.
Movement- in which some elements recurs regularly.
Balance- equal weight on equal sides
Variation- is the quality of having different forms or types
Dominance- created by visually reinforcing something we want the viewer to pay attention
Ecomony-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 and to create the Line Movement you desire


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