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Art fundamentals : theory and practice

Art fundamentals : theory and practice

Author: Otto G Ocvirk
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 12. editionView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Håndbøger
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Otto G Ocvirk
ISBN: 9780073379272 0073379271
OCLC Number: 900438401
Description: x, 323 sider : illustrations (nogle i farver)
Contents: Chapter 1 IntroductionTHE VOCABULARY OF INTRODUCTORY TERMSTHE EVOLVING NATURE OF ARTTHE THREE COMPONENTS OF ARTSubjectFormContentORGANIC UNITYABSTRACTIONEXPANDING PERSONAL AWARENESSDEVELOPING IDEASCRITICAL THINKING AND ANALYSISBASIC CONCEPTS OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL ART2D MEDIA AND TECHNIQUESBASIC CONCEPTS OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL ART3D MATERIALS AND CONCEPTS Subtraction Manipulation Addition SubstitutionAREAS OF 3D APPLICATIONSSculptureArchitectureMetalworkGlass DesignCeramicsFiberworkProduct DesignCOMBINING THE INGREDIENTS: A SUMMARYChapter 2 FormTHE VOCABULARY OF FORMFORM AND VISUAL ORDERINGTHE PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZATIONHarmony Repetition Rhythm Pattern Closure (Visual Grouping) Visual Linking Shared Edges Overlapping Transparency Interpenetration Linking through Extensions (Implied and Subjective Edges/Lines/Shapes) Excessive Use of Harmony Variety Contrast Elaboration The Dualism of Harmony and Variety Balance Symmetrical Balance (Formal Balance) Approximate Symmetrical Balance Radial Balance Asymmetrical Balance (Informal/Occult Balance) Proportion Dominance Movement EconomySPACE: RESULT OF ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLESTHREE-DIMENSIONAL FORM AND THE PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZATIONHarmony and VarietyBalanceProportionDominanceMovementEconomyFORM UNITY: A SUMMARYChapter 3 LineTHE VOCABULARY OF LINELINE: THE ELEMENTARY MEANS OF COMMUNICATIONTHE PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LINEMeasureTypeDirectionLocationCharacterLINE AND THE OTHER ART ELEMENTSLine and ShapeLine and ValueLine and TextureLine and ColorTHE SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LINELINE AS REPRESENTATION AND EXPRESSIONTHREE-DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF LINEChapter 4 ShapeTHE VOCABULARY OF SHAPEINTRODUCTION TO SHAPESHAPE TYPESSHAPE DIMENSIONSSHAPE AND COMPOSITIONHarmony and VarietyDominanceMovementBalanceProportion and EconomySHAPE AND EXPRESSIVE CONTENTTHREE-DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF SHAPEChapter 5 ValueTHE VOCABULARY OF VALUEINTRODUCTION TO VALUE RELATIONSHIPSVALUE AND ART MEDIAPLASTIC VALUEChiaroscuroTenebrismDECORATIVE VALUEVALUE PATTERN AND COMPOSITIONTHREE-DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF VALUEChapter 6 TextureTHE VOCABULARY OF TEXTUREINTRODUCTION TO TEXTURETHE NATURE OF TEXTURETYPES OF TEXTUREActual TextureSimulated TextureAbstract TextureInvented TextureTEXTURE AND PATTERNTEXTURE AND COMPOSITIONTEXTURE AND SPACETEXTURE AND EXPRESSIVE CONTENTTHREE-DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF TEXTUREChapter 7 ColorTHE VOCABULARY OF COLORTHE CHARACTERISTICS OF COLORLIGHT: THE SOURCE OF COLORAdditive ColorSubtractive ColorARTISTS' PIGMENTS AND THE TRIADIC COLOR SYSTEMNeutralsTHE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF COLORHueValueIntensityDEVELOPING AESTHETIC COLOR RELATIONSHIPSComplements and Split-ComplementsTriadsTetradsAnalogous and Monochromatic ColorsWarm and Cool ColorsPlastic ColorsSimultaneous ContrastColor and EmotionPsychological Application of ColorTHE ROLE OF COLOR IN COMPOSITIONColor BalanceColor and HarmonyColor and VarietyTHE EVOLUTION OF THE COLOR WHEELThe Origins of Color SystemsThe Discovery of Pigment PrimariesThe First Triadic Color WheelThe Discovery of Light PrimariesThe Ostwald Color SystemThe Munsell Color SystemThe Process Color System (Four-Color Printing Process)Color PhotographyColor Computer PrintingTHREE-DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF COLORChapter 8 SpaceTHE VOCABULARY OF SPACEINTRODUCTION TO SPACESPATIAL PERCEPTIONMAJOR TYPES OF SPACEDecorative SpacePlastic SpaceShallow SpaceDeep and Infinite SpaceSPATIAL INDICATORSSharp and Diminishing DetailSizePositionOverlappingTransparencyInterpenetrationFractional RepresentationConverging ParallelsLinear PerspectiveMajor Types of Linear PerspectiveOne-Point PerspectiveTwo-Point PerspectiveThree-Point PerspectivePerspective Concepts AppliedThe Disadvantages of Linear PerspectiveOther Projection SystemsIntuitive SpaceTHE SPATIAL PROPERTIES OF THE ELEMENTSLine and SpaceShape and SpaceValue and SpaceTexture and SpaceColor and SpaceSTRUCTURED AMBIGUITYTHREE-DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF SPACEChapter 9 Time and MotionTHE VOCABULARY OF TIME & MOTIONTHE SEARCH FOR A NEW SPATIAL DIMENSIONPICTORIAL REPRESENTATIONS OF MOVEMENT IN TIMEImplied Motion through Line Direction or Shape PositionSequenced ImagesMultiple ViewpointsSuperimposed and Blurred ImagesMOTION PICTURES: FILM & VIDEOCOMPUTERS & MULTIMEDIATHREE-DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS OF TIME & MOTIONTimelineGlossaryBibligraphy


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