Abstract designs of simplified shapes to emphasize form instead of subject matter.
Graphic designs in a limited color scheme, characterized by lots of winding plant tendrils
Dramatic art that uses lighting effects, contrast between dark and light, and curved lines to express energy and strong emotions.
Graphic designs in bright, vibrating colors incorporating psychedelic colors in floral and celestial motifs.
One color plus black and white.
Optical color variations.
Two colors plus black and white.
Different intensities of a color.
High and low placement.
An image of a person in motion.
The full figure of a person.
An image of a person, especially the face and upper body.
A cartoon image of a person.
How dark you can make your pencil shading
The lightness and darkness of something
How much your drawing or painting is worth
Smudging to make all the pencil or charcoal the same shade
Put forms above and below the horizon line.
Draw a circle, square, and triangle and color them different colors.
Stack the forms on top of each other.
Create a light source and shade the forms from light to dark.
Pencil, charcoal, pen, or ink
Pencil, tempera paint, or crayon
Crayon, colored pencil, or clay
Yarn, watercolor paint, or markers
The lines and crosshatching used to draw.
Hard-edge lines that exaggerate a figure.
The outside edges, as well as the defined enclosed edges of a person, object, or mass.
Implied lines that viewer's eyes connect to form shapes.
An expressive way to paint a portrait.
A quick way to capture movement of a person.
Hard-edge outlines of shapes and figures.
A way to show real texture that can be perceived through touch.