Watercolor
Principles of Design
Drawing technique
Unity and Variety
Vocab
100
The three types of watercolor
What is Aquarelle, Gouache, and Tempera
100
Repeating an element that guides the eye through the picture
What is rhythm
100
French word meaning "the outline"
What is Contour
100
UV
What is S= V Sh=U P=U
100
Flat
What is Planar
200
The technique for applying a solid or gradated coat of paint over the picture.
What is Wash
200
The intentional juxtaposition of opposites
What is contrast
200
A mark that takes up an area using lightness or darkness
What is tone patch
200
UV
What is S= U Sh=U P=V
200
Anything of nature OR man made and meant to be used as a tool
What is Non Art
300
A technique that allows one transparent/translucent coat over another.
What is Glaze
300
When all of the parts come together as a whole
What is harmony
300
usually a quick, often simple drawing that captures the essential feeling, energy, movement, action, or pose of the subject
What is Gesture
300
UV
What is S=V Sh=U P=U
300
Pulled from nature
What is Abstract
400
A wet on wet method that allows water to run on a surface
What is Drip
400
Creates interest by adding differences between elements
What is Variety
400
essential to the viewer to give away what the object is.
What is purple patch
400
UV
What is S=U Sh=V P=V
400
relating size, shape, and position to the format.
What is Composition
500
The 3 level that allow light to travel through material.
What is Transparency, Translucent, and Opaque.
500
Creating an area that is more important by way of size, position or contrast
What is Emphasis
500
forms unity by difference by adding an element that is different from the others.
What is Pushing element
500
UV
What is S=U Sh=V P=U
500
anything that is not representational of any figure, object, or thing
What is Non-Objective
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