Color and Value Lines, Shape Principles of Purposes of And Form Design Art Stuff you Need to Know!! 10 pt 10 pt 10 pt 10 pt 10 pt 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 30 pt 30 pt 30 pt 30 pt 30 pt 40 pt 40 pt 40 pt 40 pt 40 pt 50 pt 50 pt 50 pt 50 pt 50 pt Variation of a color What is hue? Red, Blue and Yellow What are the primary colors? Red, Orange and Yellow What are warm colors? Colors opposite each other on the color wheel What are complementary colors? Blue-Green is an example of this. What is tertiary? A cube is an example of this. What is form? Lines that run up and down. What is vertical? A “W” is an example of this kind of line. What is zig-zag? This is a geometric shape that is made up of three lines. What is a triangle? “S” is an example of this kind of line. What is curved? In a painting, this is where your eyes go first. What is the emphasis? A sculpture that is not equally balanced is this. What is asymmetrical? The quality of brightness and darkness. What is intensity? The way an artwork is arranged to make different parts seem equally important. What is balance? The repeating of elements, such as lines, shapes or colors, that creates a feeling of visual motion in an artwork. What is rhythm? When an artist communicates emotions and ideas. What is expressive? This is when an artist describes and illustrates experiences. What is narrative? This is when an artist decorates objects. What is functional? This culture expresses art in the form of totem poles, pottery and weavings. What is Native American? This mask is an example of what culture. What is West African? This style of art is not realistic. What is Abstract? This style of art pays special attention to light and its effects on subjects in their paintings. What is Impressionism? Variations of the same color. Tints and shades on one color. What are monochromatic colors? The size or placement of something in relation to another thing. What is proportion? The quality of seeming whole and complete, with all parts looking right together. What is unity?