Lines describe the edges or contours of shapes. They show how an
object will look when it has been made. Lines can also be used to create some special effects. For example straight lines
suggest strength, direction, and stability.
Shape and Form:
All objects occupy space or possess volume. Shape is two dimensional,
and form is three dimensional.
Texture refers to the way a surface feels or looks. Surfaces can
be rough smooth, hard slippery, fuzzy, or coarse.
We only see color when light shines on objects. Sunlight appears
to be white. In fact, itiis a mixture of seven different colors. All objects react to light by either absorbing or reflecting
the various bands of light.
- Primary Colors
- Secondary Colors
- Tertiary Color
- Complementary Colors