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160 Project Example: Further Examples

AD 160: Physical Structures Project Example: Further Examples (the following examples apply to AD 160: Physical Structures ...

160 Project Template

AD 160: Physical Structures Project Template Title of Project The name of the ...

Acceleration

Acceleration - Acceleration is the transition–or change–in velocity. Applied Concept: As you roll a marble or toy car down a slanted surface...

AD 175 Project Template

AD 175: Visual Structures Project Template Title of Project The name of the pr...

Additive Color

Additive color -Additive color is color created by beams of light. Red, green, and blue (RGB) are referred to as additive primaries and are ...

Analagous Colors

Analogous - Analogous color refers to a color scheme based on hues that are adjacent on a color wheel. Red and orange are considered analogo...

Apparent Texture

Apparent texture – Texture is tactile, it can be touched (usually a 3D form). Apparent Texture is the visual representation of texture such as...

Asymmetry

Asymmetry - Asymmetry refers to an arrangement of visual elements that is not symmetrical. See also Symmetry. [asymmetry1.gif] ...

Atmospheric Perspective

Atmospheric Perspective - Atmospheric perspective is a visual phenomenon in which the density of the atmosphere progressively increases thr...

Axis

Axis refers to the initial sense of up/down and left/right. Think of axis as the spine of a figure -- the dominant vertical quality of a stick fi...

Balance

Balance (visual) - Balance is the intuitive optical equilibrium between parts of a composition. Visual balance cannot be measured and is a c...

Brightness

Brightness - Brightness refers to the relative lightness or darkness of a color. This is generally achieved by adding black or white to a c...

Change (time)

Change (time) - Change denotes the transition that occurs from one state to another. It is the act of making something become different. [cha...

Closure

Closure - Closure is a Gestalt concept the refers to the visual tendency to create closed shapes even when part of the shape is missing. C...

Color

Color is a general category of visual experience that includes the components of hue, brightness, and saturation. Color can be specifically defin...

Color Temperature

Warm/Cool -Warm/Cool colors or color temperature refers to the physical or visual heat suggested by a color. Warm colors such as yellow and ...

Color Wheel

Color Wheel - A color wheel is an organization of hues around a circle, showing relationships between colors considered to be primary colors...

Common Fate

Common Fate - Common fate is a Gestalt concept the refers to the visual tendency to group shapes together if the shapes move in a similar di...

Complementary Colors

Complementary - Complementary color refers to a color scheme based on hues that are opposite on a color wheel. Red and green are considered...

Compressive Force

Compressive force Compression/expansion - Compression is the act of pressing together or forcing into less space—constricting o...