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Drawing Semester 1

Name

Class
Across
Outer shape of a shadow area.
A series of lines stacked or layered parallel to one another.
Shading technique that use the layering of short curved lines to build value.
Aligning features along the same vertical plane.
The lightness or darkness of an object or color.
“Lost and Found.” A line that comes in and out of visibility.
An area enclosed when both sides of a line meet.
Aligning features along the same horizontal plane.
The repetition of lines, shapes, or colors to create a feeling of movement.
Shapes that are three dimensional.
Line that varies little in thickness. Plain and consistent.
Notional Space – Height and Width of an object. Can be measured with your pencil. I call it “boxing.”
The feel of an object or its surface.
Line that appears to spring from an artists emotions. Loose and Gestural.
Down
Shading along the contours of an object.
Symmetrical, Asymmetrical
Llines stacked both parallel and perpendicular to one another.
Long Short Rough Smooth Thick Thin Broken Direction Angled Curved
A Principle of Design. The repeating of an object or symbols. Geometric, Repetition, Alternating, Organic, Flow, Branching, Spiral/Fractal
Object broken down into basic shape by finding big angles/ curves.
The repeating of an object or symbols. Geometric, Repetition, Alternating, Organic, Flow, Branching, Spiral/Fractal
A line or set of lines enclosing or indicating the shape of an object (or groups of smaller objects) in a sketch or diagram.
Gray scale. Tool used to show a gradual shift from dark to light.
A difference created when elements are placed next to each other in a work of art.
The visual motion created in a work of art.
Using notional space boxes and envelopes to place items in a drawing.
Strokes that show motion and connect two points.