Elements Color Wheel Principles Design Chart MORE COLOR!!

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What is line?
A mark with length and driection, created by a point that moves across a surface.

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What are red, blue and yellow?
Primary colors

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What is movement?
A way of combining visual elements to produce a sense of action.

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What is unity?
A feeling that all of the parts are working together as a team - the quality of wholeness.

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What is violet?
Red + Blue =

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What is form?
Any three dimensional object that can be measured by height, width and depth.

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What are orange, green and violet?
Secondary colors

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What is emphasis?
Area in a work of art that cathes and holds the viewer's attention.

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What is contrast?
A large difference between two things.

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What is orange?
The complimentary color of blue.

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What is texture?
Smoothness, roughness, softness in visual

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What are analogous colors?
Blue, Blue-green, Green is an example of...

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What is variety?
The use of different lines, shapes, textures, colors and otehr elements of design to create inteerst in a work of art.

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What is hue?
Common name for color.

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What is green?
The complimentary color of red.

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What is value?
Lightness and darkness

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What is a tertiary/intermediate color?
Mixing a secondary and primary color creates this.

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What is proportion?
The relatino of one object to another in size, amount, number or degree.

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What is harmony?
When a variety of elements work well together.

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What is shade?
When you add black to a hue you create this.

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What is space?
Negative and positive

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What are neutrals?
Mixing two complimentary colors makes this.

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What is asymmetrical balance?
A feeling of stability with different shapes.

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What is rhythm?
A visual tempo or beat.

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What is tint?
When you add white to hue you create this.

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