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Elements of Design
LINE is straight or curved, heavy or light, soft or hard or a mixture of them all.
LINE can characterise a shape by being the edge of an area or surface, colour, tone or pattern – it becomes an outline or contour.
LINE can show MOVEMENT.
LINE can suggest RHYTHM.
LINE can create TEXTURAL results.
LINE can indicate EMOTIONAL effects.
SHAPE can be bordered by a LINE.
SHAPE can be defined by COLOUR, TEXTURE or TONE.
SHAPE can suggest movement or emotions.
SHAPE in 3-D is called FORM.
SHAPE can be sharp and clear or hazy and suggesting something.
SHAPE can be NEGATIVE or POSITIVE.
COLOUR is an element of design with endless variety.
COLOUR is a mixture of 3 primary colours, red, yellow and blue.
SECONDARY COLOURS are a mix of 2 primary colours, orange, green and purple.
TERTIARY COLOURS are a mix of the 3 primary colours, red, yellow and blue. Many different colours can be made by changing the amount of primary colours used.
Colour has TEMPERATURE – reds and oranges feel warm like the sun or desert. Cooler colours like blues and greens go more with water and ice.
INTENSITY of colour is its strength and purity.
HUE is the quality that separates one colour from another.
TONE VALUE is the degree of lightness or darkness of a colour, yellow is light, blue is dark.
TINTS are made by adding white to a colour.
SHADES are made by adding black to a colour.
ANALOGOUS COLOURS are hues lying near each other on the colour wheel, red-orange, red-purple.
COMPLIMENTARY COLOURS are hues opposite each other on the colour wheel, red and green, purple and yellow.
DISCORD is where opposite colours are together and one is a tint, so that the original tone of the hue is different.