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Design principles:

Design principles

Design principles:

Design principles composition

Design principles:

Design principles composition is about the way an artist composes or combines the elements of the work to give clarity and order to their ideas . Composition is about VISUAL ORGANISATION

Balance :

Balance

Balance :

Balance involves the distribution of elements in a work of art . is the control of the elements in attracting attention.  This attention must be evenly or unevenly spread over the area to make sure interest in kept up, all the way through the art work, without being static or chaotic.

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Proportion

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Proportion involves the relationship between sizes - scale. is about realistic relationship or ratio.

Repetition :

Repetition

Repetition :

Repetition is the use of similar or connected pictorial elements.  For example, similar shapes, colours or lines that are used more than once

Dominance :

Dominance

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Dominance helps to create UNITY as the eye is attracted to a key point then led around the image by pictorial elements . is about the focus given to a part of a work of art.

Harmony:

Harmony

Harmony :

Harmony means pictorial elements of the same type that “go” together. can be made where the eye is used to seeing objects together, so they form a group eg . flower pot and plants.

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Contrast

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Contrast means pictorial elements that stand out because they are not alike eg . squares and circles and triangles. Red, yellow and blue contrast as they are so dissimilar.

Unity:

Unity

Unity :

Unity is the sense of ONENESS, of things belonging together and making up a coherent whole . The main function or job of the principles is to organise the elements

Variety:

Variety

Variety :

Variety gives an artwork interest and vitality, as the elements are repeated with enough change or difference to enhance each other. Too much VARIETY leads to confusion and disunity. Too little leads to  boredom.

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