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Describe how you used art elements to create the design principle UNITY

how describe art elements

What is unity in art

unity is the feeling that all parts of a deign belong together.

What are some types of artists that use computers to help them make art

Computer artists make computer art.

What is formal balance

formal balance is when if you take a picture and fold it in 2 it is the same on both sides! easy or what?;)

What does positive space mean

Positive space is the space taken up by shapes or color. Negative space is the space that isn't.

What is the relationship between short term and long term interest rate

A short term interest rate occurs over a short period of time. A long term interest rate occurs over a long period of time.

Can you check your loan balance here

No, you can not check your loan balance here.

Which principle of design is concerned with the even distribution of visual weight

Balance

What are the two different types of learning

Auditory ( hearing)

Visual ( seeing)

What is proportion in drawing

Principle of art that combines elements in a work of art to create size relationships of elements to the whole artwork and to each other.

Does friction depend on the types of surfaces involved and how hard the surfaces push together

Friction does depend on the types of surfaces involved and how hard the surfaces push together. Friction would be very minimal if the surfaces were smooth and not pushing together too hard.

When one allele is not completely dominant over the other

It is called incomplete domianace .

What type of balance features large simple shapes on one side of the artwork and small complicated shapes on the other side

Assymetrical Balance

What technique is used to suggest movement by changing physical positions in a work of art

real action

This characteristic refers to the continual application of art elements such as color

Repetition

The three forces involved in the upward movement of water in plants

cohesion,adhesion,capillary action

What creates an image upside down behind the focal point

convex lens

What is the name of a person who make sculptures

sculptor or artist

Which term refers to the focal point in an artwork

Pay attention in school next time >c

The answer is, Dun dun dun dun! Emphasis

What is the first step of art criticism

simple. description

What can This technique can be used to create the illusion of depth on a flat surface

linear perspective :)

What term is defined as illusion of three dimensional texture created on a twodimesional surface such as canvas wood or paper

trompe l'oeil

When was Center for Science in the Public Interest created

Center for Science in the Public Interest was created in 1971.

When was Concerned Citizens' Movement created

Concerned Citizens' Movement was created in 1987.

The technique used to depict a bull in this image is most similar to which art movement

cubism

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