Parallel lines that seem to converge as the distance increases.
What is linear perspective?
Filling in the gaps to create a whole objects.
What is closure?
When two objects are similar in size, but the one further away appears to be smaller.
What is relative size?
Grouping nearby figures together.
What is proximity?
When objects are higher in our field of vision, it appears to be further away.
What is relative height?
The perception of linked spots, linears, or areas as a single unit.
What is connectedness?
Josh is looking at a painting where part of the river is blocked by the trees, making the tree appear closer. This observation shows that the artist used what type of monocular cue?
What is interposition?
Perceiving smooth, continuous patterns rather than discontinuous ones.
What is continuity?
Sally is able to see the details of the road in front of her, but as she looks farther down, the road appears to be smoother. What monocular cue can be identified?
What is texture gradient?
Brandon is grouping his different shaped erasers according to their shape. What monocular cue is he using?
What is similarity?
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