Elements
Color Wheel
Principles
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A mark with length and driection, created by a point that moves across a surface.
What is line?
100
Primary colors
What are red, blue and yellow?
100
A way of combining visual elements to produce a sense of action.
What is movement?
100
A feeling that all of the parts are working together as a team - the quality of wholeness.
What is unity?
100
Red + Blue =
What is violet?
200
Any three dimensional object that can be measured by height, width and depth.
What is form?
200
Secondary colors
What are orange, green and violet?
200
Area in a work of art that cathes and holds the viewer's attention.
What is emphasis?
200
A large difference between two things.
What is contrast?
200
The complimentary color of blue.
What is orange?
300
Smoothness, roughness, softness in visual
What is texture?
300
Blue, Blue-green, Green is an example of...
What are analogous colors?
300
The use of different lines, shapes, textures, colors and otehr elements of design to create inteerst in a work of art.
What is variety?
300
Common name for color.
What is hue?
300
The complimentary color of red.
What is green?
400
Lightness and darkness
What is value?
400
Mixing a secondary and primary color creates this.
What is a tertiary/intermediate color?
400
The relatino of one object to another in size, amount, number or degree.
What is proportion?
400
When a variety of elements work well together.
What is harmony?
400
When you add black to a hue you create this.
What is shade?
500
Negative and positive
What is space?
500
Mixing two complimentary colors makes this.
What are neutrals?
500
A feeling of stability with different shapes.
What is asymmetrical balance?
500
A visual tempo or beat.
What is rhythm?
500
When you add white to hue you create this.
What is tint?
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