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Organic

Organic – A shape that visually suggests nature or natural forces. Related Concepts: Geometric, Rectilinear, Shape, Curvilinear. [organi...

Orientation

Orientation – Orientation describes facing such as front, back, top, and bottom. Orientation requires recognition of a figure in order to ...

Overlap

Overlap - Overlap is the placement of one shape in front of another to create the illusion of depth. Related Concepts: Depth Cues. ...

Overview of the Foundations Program

Goals of the Foundations Program The School of Art and Design prepares students for participation in the professional fields of art, design...

Pattern

Pattern - The use of the same visual element (usually a shape) multiple times in a systematic manner. Pattern is a form of repetition,...

Perception: Computational Theory

[image] Return to Visual Structures: Background Master Concepts List - alphabetical glossary Master Concepts List - grouped ...

Physical Structures

AD 160: Physical Structures “Introduction to the methods of construction and production of art forms within a societal context.” ...

Physical Structures: Goals and Objectives

AD 160: Physical Structures Goals and Objectives Core competencies Comprehend physical structures as elements that are fundam...

Physical Structures: Overview

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Physical Structures: Project Examples

Project Examples It is recommended that projects utilize a template similar to the example template (available: 160 Project Template)...

Physical Texture

Physical texture – Texture is tactile, it can be touched (usually a 3D form). Physical Texture is created through surface variation or the inher...

Pixel

Pixel Short for "picture element," a pixel is the smallest unit (often a square) that comprises a digital image. Every digital image, whet...

Plane

Plane – A plane is a conceptual reference to a flat, two-dimensional area that has fixed dimensions. A plane has height and width but no dep...

Point

Point – A point is a conceptual reference to a specific location in space. A point has no size, no shape, no color, and covers no area. It i...

Position

Position – Position describes the relationship between a figure and the format in which it will function. Position can be described relatively, s...

Potential Energy

Potential energy - Potential energy (PE) is energy stored in a physical system; this energy can be released or converted into other forms of ener...

Primary Colors

Primary colors - Primary colors are the hues from which virtually all other color can be mixed. Red, yellow, and blue are the subtractive (p...

Progression

Progression - a continuous and connected change over time. Applied Concept: Progression implies or illustrates a continuous transition. It c...

Project - 160 - 3D from 2D

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Project - 160 - An Empty Book

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