A shape encloses space while a form encloses air.
A shape is/appears 2-dimensional while a form is/appears 3-dimensional.
A form has shading.
A shape is geometric while a form is organic.
Add shading to make it appear 3-dimensional, applying highlights and shadows.
Add color to make it stand out off the page.
Add perspective and depth to the shape, then add shading to make it appear 3-D.
Cut it out of the paper.
The "untouched" area of the composition.
It's always what's left white on the paper.
The black added to the composition.
The part of the composition you don't like.
Things in the front are clearer.
There is a clear foreground, middleground, and background.
There are mountains in the background.
Things in the distance are more faded.
Things in the distance are closer to the horizon line (higher on page).
Things in the distance appear smaller.
Things in the distance are cooler in color.
Things in the distance are closer to the bottom of the page.
Things in the front have outlines.
There are people in the foreground.
Things in the distance are brighter/more saturated in color.
Things in the front use pastel colors.
Spacing objects out in the picture.
Overlapping objects in the picture.
Things in the front are more saturated in color.
Object > Path > Offset Path
Object > Transform > Move
Object > Arrange > Bring to Front / Send to Back
Object > Transform > Scale
Select > Next Object Below
All of the above (A-F)
A and F only
B and D only
A and D only
A, D, and F only
D and F only
How much it cost to create a piece of art.
How heavy the outlines are in a drawing.
The amount of lightness or darkness of a color/image.
How much someone would pay for a piece of art.
Mixing two secondary colors.
Mixing one secondary color with one primary color.
Mixing two primary colors.
Mixing one primary color with one neutral color.
Analogous colors to create emphasis.
Bright colors to create balance.
Complementary colors to create contrast.
Triadic colors to create proportion.