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Art 1 Final Review 1 of 2

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Across
A continuance, a flow, or a feeling of movement achieved by the repetition of regulated visual information.
the technique of shading through smooth, gradual application of dark value.
a way to show 3-D objects on a 2-D surface, using one vanishing point.
Objects in the middle of the image.
The representation of elements or combinations of elements in a recognizable repeated format.
an element of art that is two-dimensional, and encloses a space.
Red yellow blue
colors opposite each other on the color wheel
A whole or totally as combining all of its parts into one
Principle of design concerned with equalizing visual forces, or elements, in a work of art.
What is the term used by the Japanese to express "light-dark" as an element of design?
Object that are at the back of the picture
The space that a form or shape occupies in an artwork.
Down
Technique of shading with a series of fine parallel lines.
an element of art that is a continuous mark made by a tool as it is drawn across a surface.
primary plus secondary
Lines that is parallel to the horizon or baseline
- to compare in order, to show unlikeness or difference.
A principle of design in which one element, or combination of elements, create more attention than anything else in a composition.
The shape and structure of something.
A line or lines that surround and define the edges and the objects or figures.
Combination of colors that are considered satisfying or that produce certain effect
Colors that are created when primary colors are mixed together.
The empty space around and between forms or shapes in an artwork.
Yellow orange red
Lightness and darkness of a color.
Using more than one material to create art.
A condition in which the elements of an artwork appear to fit well together.
an element of art that indicates area between, around, above, or with something.