rated are referred to as focal point and it is this part of art that greatly draws the viewer’s attention unlike incomplete lines which leaves the viewer with lots of imagination. Lines also give objects outlines which are known as contour lines as well as compositional lines that reflect the shape of an object which eventually conveys a sense of the movement or the character of the object. Thin lines usually seem delicate and weak while the thick lines usually seem aggressive and strong. Additionally, flat lines portrays calmness while the wavy lines show roughness and angular lines tend to climb upwards.
The COLOR WHEEL is an important and widely used instrument for artists and designers with a circular arrangement of the hues/colors of the light spectrum. Color is very important with regard to implying EMOTIONAL content in a work of art such as advancing hues are most often thought to have less visual weight than the receding hues while warm, saturated, light value hues are "active" and visually advance. There exist a number of different color wheels, serving different purposes and therefore there is no standard color wheel. The different color wheels serve different purposes such as mixing colors, determining colors and selecting colors. There are lots of information existing about color theory such as the affect over how we feel, behave and how we react to objects. Degree of contrast of colors that range from light to dark creates melodramatic graphical affect that present the monochromatic color scheme. There are three groupings of colors which are primary, secondary and tertiary colors and all the colors are perceived to be created by the mixing of certain basic colors.
Space is the distance or area around, between or within components of a piece and can either be positive or negative, open or closed, shallow or deep and two-dimensional or three-dimensional. The sense of space in an artwork is usually an impression and artists meticulously syndicate