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# Shapes

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# Shapes

Shape, definition ahd features.

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### Shapes

1. 1. SHAPE
2. 2. DEFINITIONS OF SHAPE ◦ When a line crosses itself or intersects with other lines to enclose a space it creates a shape. ◦ Another of SHAPE: Shape is an area defined by a line that begins and ends at the same point. ◦ Shape is two-dimensional: it has height and width but no depth.
3. 3. TYPES OF SHAPE ◦ Geometric shapes: circles, rectangles, squares, triangles...have the smooth edges and are measurables. ◦ Organic shapes have natural, and more complicated edges, usually are found in naturefor example, a cloud, a leaf…
4. 4. A shape can be defined graphically by many means: Enclosed by contour lines. Colour contrast. Different textures.
5. 5. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SHAPE AND FORM? ◦ A Form is a shape that has become 3- Dimensional (3-D) Form has HEIGHT, WIDTH and DEPTH. Depth shows the thickness of the object. Forms are NOT flat like shapes are! ◦ Examples of such would be cubes, pyramids, spheres...
6. 6. SHAPE AN FEELING OF DEPTH
7. 7. ◦ Here you have some examples of the use of shape to achieve the feeling of depth. Can you find all of them?
8. 8. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SHAPES ◦ Space is defined and determined by shapes and forms. ◦ Positive space is where shapes and forms exist; negative space is the empty space around shapes and forms. ◦ Positive shapes occupy positive space. The area around positive shapes, the background, is negative space
9. 9. Every shape has CONTOUR, SILHOUTTE and INNER CONTOUR.