Elements 1
Elements 2
Principles 1
Principles 2
2-Point Perspective

100

Produced when a wavelength of light strikes an object and reflects back to the eye
What is color

100

Examples of this element include: straight, zig-zag, and curly.
What is line

100

Consistent repetition
What is pattern

100

It represents the difference between the objects by emphasizing the background, shapes and nature of the objects
What is contrast

100

Lines in an up and down position.
What is vertical

200

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

200

Examples of this element include: triangle, tear drop, and circle.
What is shape.

200

Asymmetrical or symmetrical
What is balance

200

Depicts actions and the path followed by the eye of the viewer to scrutinize the artwork. It adds vibration and life to the image that is transformed into action.
What is movement

200

Lines that go side to side.
What is horizontal

300

Refers to the lightness or darkness of a color
What is value

300

Examples of this element include: primary and secondary
What is color

300

Depicts actions and the path followed by the eye of the viewer to scrutinize the artwork. It adds vibration and life to the image that is transformed into action.
What is movement

300

The feeling of completeness through appropriate use of the elements; results in unity of the artwork
What is unity

300

Two lines on a plane that never meet. They are always the same distance apart.
What is parallel

400

The element of art that refers to the surface quality or feel of an object-it’s smoothness, roughness etc.
What is texture

400

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

400

The feeling of completeness through appropriate use of the elements; results in unity of the artwork
What is unity

400

Consistent repetition
What is pattern

400

Imaginary horizontal line exactly at the height of your eye. Where the ground and sky appear to meet.
What is Horizon Line or Eye Level

500

A flat figure created when actual or implied lines surround a space-can be geometric or organic.
What is shape

500

Examples of this element include: bumpy, soft, and fuzzy.
What is texture

500

The areas highlighted or emphasized in the artwork captures the interest of the viewer at the first glance
What is emphasis

500

Asymmetrical or symmetrical
What is balance

500

Are "visual rays" helping the viewer's eye to connect points around the edges of the canvas to the vanishing point.
What is orthogonal lines