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DESIGN PRINCIPLES

MR S. DOYLE

Apply knowledge and understanding of Design Principles and Composition.

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Across
1.Rhythm and direction created from an axis or central point that flows and expands outwards (like sun rays or a target)
6.The placing of opposites together to show ‘dis-likeness’ causing discord, opposition, conflict and variety.
7.The relationship of one object to another according to size, weight, position and spacing.
9.Balance through a composition achieved through mirror image arrangement or representation.
10.The sense of togetherness or belonging; Elements of an artwork work together to create a pleasing arrangement.
11.Using an interesting range of elements and principles of design such as contrast, emphasis, dominance and spacing/proximity.
Down
2.Balance achieved using a variety of elements to produce equilibrium that is not mirror imaged or the same on both sides of an aixs.
3.The part of the composition that the viewer’s eye or attention is immediately drawn to. (2 Words)
4.The movement between forms in a composition. This encourages the viewer's eye to flow smoothly and organised from one form to another.
5.One partlicular aspect or element of an artwork that is concentrated on, highlighted or foregrounded to make it obvious.
8.Using minimum detail for maximum visual effect.

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