CT draft Gr. 5 Fantasy Landscape Task revised 1/21/09 Handout A: Vocabulary 1 Fantasy Landscape Vocabulary Background 3 Part of the picture plane that appears to be farthest from the viewer. Color 3 An element of art that is derived from reflected light.
Color has three properties: hue, value, and intensity. Color Scheme - A plan for organizing colors. Types of color schemes include monochromatic, analogous, complementary, triad, split complementary, warm and cool.
Color Triad 3 A color triad is a type of color scheme. Three colors spaced an equal distant apart on the color wheel. The primary triad is red, yellow, and blue; the secondary triad is orange, green and violet.
Complementary Colors 3 the colors opposite each other on the color wheel. Red and green are complementary colors. Complementary colors can be used as a color scheme.
Composition 3 The way the principles of art are used to organize the elements of art. Contrast 3 The technique for creating a focal point by using different elements. Cool Colors 3 Blue, green, and violet.
Cool colors suggest coolness and seem to recede from the viewer. Cool colors can be used as a color scheme. Emphasis 3 Principle of art that makes one part of ... more. less.
the work dominant over the other parts.<br><br> The element that is noticed first is called dominant; elements that are noticed later are called subordinate. Fantasy Art 3 Art that focuses on make-believe or imaginary subjects. Foreground 3 Part of the picture that appears closest tot the viewer.<br><br> The foreground is usually at the bottom of the picture. Landscape 3 Comprises the visible features of an area of land, including physical elements such as landforms, living elements of flora and fauna, abstract elements such as lighting and weather conditions, and human elements, for instance human activity or the built environment. Line 3 An element of art that is the path of a moving point through space.<br><br> A line us used by an artist to control the viewer 9s eye movement. There are five kinds of line: vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved, and zigzag. Middleground 3 Part of the picture between the foreground and the background.<br><br> Monochromatic 3 A color scheme that uses only one hue and the tints and shades of that hue for a unifying effect. Neutral Colors 3 Black, white, gray and brown Overlapping 3 When one object covers part of a second object, the first seems to be closer to the viewer. CT draft Gr.<br><br> 5 Fantasy Landscape Task revised 1/21/09 Handout A: Vocabulary 2 Perspective 3 A system that creates the illusion of depth and volume on a two-dimensional surface. Perspective is created by overlapping, size variations, placement, detail, color, and converging lines. Proportion 3 Principal of art concerned with the size relationships of one part to another.<br><br> Shape 3 A two-dimensional area. Shapes can either be geometric or free-form. Unusual 3 Technique for crating a focal pint by using the unexpected Value 3 The element of art that describes the darkness or lightness of an object.<br><br> Value is one of the three properties of color. Warm Colors 3 Red, orange, and yellow. Warm colors suggest warmth and seem to move toward the viewer.<br><br> Warm colors can be used as a color scheme.