YEAR 7 (W29) : SPACE (INTRODUCTION OF SPACE) - Coggle Diagram
YEAR 7 (W29) :
SPACE (INTRODUCTION OF SPACE)
: Understand what is space and different type of space
: Students will be able to differentiate the type of space.
VALUE & FORM
Teacher will give students a set of questions so they know what to jot down for their explanation and examples.
What is space?
What is positive and negative space? Explain and draw examples
What is foreground,middleground and background? Explain. Draw and label for all three.
Explain about horizon line,
and converging line.Draw a simple example and label.
What is linear perspective?
The Uses of Space
: There are six ways
the illusion of space
on a 2-Dimensional surface.
occurs when objects that are closer to the viewer prevent the view of objects that are behind them.
Placement on the paper:
Objects placed higher within the picture plane will appear further away.
Objects that are smaller will appear further away from the viewer.
Objects that are further away should have less detail than objects that are closer to the viewer.
Linear perspective is a drawing method that uses lines to create the illusion of space on a flat surface. There are three types of linear perspective. Two are displayed on this page.
One point perspective uses one vanishing point to accomplish this illusion.
Two point perspective uses two vanishing points to create the illusion of space.
: adding light and shadow to the surface of objects to mimic the way real objects would appear under the same lighting.
: The Element of Design Space refers to the area within, around, above or below an object or objects.
refers to the subject or areas of interest in an artwork, such as a person's face or figure in a portrait, the objects in a still life painting, or the trees in a landscape painting.
is the background or the area that surrounds the subject of the work.
Foreground, middle ground and background
The edges of objects appear to converge or taper as they recede in
the distance to a common point on the eye level or horizon line
. In Linear Perspective this is referred to as a Vanishing Point. Note:
Converging lines are parallel in reality, but they appear to converge because of diminution.