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The Elements of Design
Hue: the name of a colour. The primary hues are red, yellow and blue.
Value: refers to the lightness or darkness of an object.
Intensity: refers to the brightness and dullness of a colour.
Texture is the element of design that refers to how things feel, or look as if they might feel if touched.
Texture can be hard, soft, rough, smooth, slippery, sticky, scratchy, etc.
Value is the element of design that refers to lightness or darkness.
Value helps to define the shapes of objects in an image by showing the viewer what the light is doing.
Shape is a two dimensional area that is defined in some way. It can be defined through line, colour, or value.
Shape has only height and width.
Form is the element of design that includes objects that have three dimensions.
Form has height, width and depth.
Space, also known as negative space, is the element of design that refers to the emptiness or area between, around, below or within objects.
Shapes are defined by the space around and within them.