Autodesk Deck 2

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Autodesk Deck 2
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  1. the distribution of elements within a composition.
    balance
  2. several types of balance
    Symmetrical (formal). Asymmetrical (informal).  Radial
  3. Equal distribution laterally across the vertical center line of an image
    Symmetrical (formal).
  4. Distribution laterally relative to the visual weight of a dominant component, rather than the image center.
    Asymmetrical (informal).
  5. Distribution of components in a circular pattern around a center point.
    Radial.
  6. used to draw viewer attention to one portionof a composition.
    emphasis
  7. There are a number of methods for emphasizing specific elements or areas in an image. These include:
    size, contrast, alignment, and placement
  8. (Bigger or smaller) to other components.
    size
  9. In line, shape, form, value, texture, color (any one or more elemental qualities).
    contrast
  10. Different alignment from other components or from the entire composition.
    alignment
  11. Near center, or on significant subdivision of image space such as the rule of thirds, golden mean, etc.
    placement
  12. one that contains the bare minimum of elements needed to make a clear visual statement.
    composition
  13. good examples of images with economy because they depict a complex object or idea by stripping them down to their most essential details.
    icons and graphic signs
  14. A number of discrete elements within a composition exhibit this when their arrangement suggests a larger connected whole.
    continuation
  15. the art of shaping spaces
    architecture
  16. helps to bring order to compositions with a large number of elements by arranging them in a harmonious pattern or sequence.
    rhythm
  17. Rhythm can take several forms
    regullar, flowing and progressive
  18. Even distribution of components in a design having the same or comparable dimensions; a grid pattern.
    regular
  19. A sequence forming or implying a smooth continuous movement, either geometric or organic.
    flowing
  20. Impression of sequence of events taking place through an image.
    progressive
  21. a visual grouping of elements within a composition that have similar qualities such as size, shape, or color. By manipulating these qualities, elements of a composition can be associated with each other.
    unity
  22. The following qualities can all be used to achieve unity:
    Similar shape or other elemental qualities• Common pattern • Continuity • Alignment • Proximity• Common background
  23. refers to the way that element relates to the others in a composition, or the composition as a whole.
    proportion
  24. the degree of relative difference between those elements
    contrast
  25. Some of the most common methods of creating contrast are:
    alignment, color, value, size, kind, position and focus

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