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Texture Rubbing . - Fold a sheet of paper into six squares. - Put your name and hour in the first square -Make 5 texture rubbings by placing your paper over a surface and rubbing it with a crayon. - Label each texture rubbing with its object AND adjectives describing the texture.

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texture rubbing

Texture Rubbing

- Fold a sheet of paper into six squares.

- Put your name and hour in the first square

-Make 5 texture rubbings by placing your paper over a surface and rubbing it with a crayon.

-Label each texture rubbing with its object AND adjectives describing the texture.

texture
TEXTURE
  • Deals with the appearance and feel of a surface.
    • May be rough, smooth, shiny, hard, soft, etc..
  • Adds variety and interest to designs
texture1
Texture
  • Three Categories of Texture:
    • Visual—the appearance of a surface
    • Tactile—the feel of a surface
    • Audible—the sound a surface makes when rubbed
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Texture Adds variety and VISUAL interest to designs

  • Affects overall size of an object and room
  • Influences the way people feel in a room.
    • Plush carpet and furniture with soft fabric = comfort
    • Nubby rough = ruggedness and stability
    • Smooth velvets and heavy brocades

= luxury

    • Glass, metal, and stone = coolness
  • Appearance is affected by

the light’s reflection

    • Green wicker chair vs.

green metal chair

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MUTED TEXTURES HAVE A DULL COLOR.
  • Rough, HEAVILY TEXTURED WALLS WILL Make A ROOM APPEAR SMALLER.
  • WALLS WITH LITTLE OR NO TEXTURE WILL MAKE A ROOM APPEAR LARGER.
formal shiny textures
Formal / SHINY TEXTURES
  • SHINY, REFINED AND SMOOTH ARE typical formal textures.
  • REFLECT LIGHT SO COLORS APPEAR LIGHTER, BRIGHTER, AND MORE INTENSE.
  • USED IN HIGH-STYLE INTERIORS
informal rough textures
Informal /ROUGH TEXTURES
  • ABSORB LIGHT

SO COLORS LOOK DARKER AND LESS INTENSE

  • Gives a RUSTIC, COZY, COMFORTABLE FEELING
on another paper
On another paper:
  • Create a pattern using only straight lines in the first box.
  • Create a pattern using only curved lines in the second box.
  • Create a pattern using only straight and curved lines in the third box.
  • Create a pattern using straight lines and arrows in the fourth box.
  • Create a patterns using circles and triangles in the fifth box
  • Create a pattern using leaf and flower shapes in the last box.
visual textures pattern decorative design
Visual Textures = Pattern / Decorative Design
  • Pattern is: The arrangement of motifs to create a unified design.
  • 4 types of pattern/design
naturalistic design
NATURALISTIC DESIGN
  • REPRODUCTIONS OF NATURAL SUBJECTS (FROM NATURE).
  • Looks almost real.

Label your design

stylized conventional
STYLIZED (CONVENTIONAL)
  • STYLIZED – A REPRESENTATION THAT SIMPLIFIES THE SUBJECT, EMPHASIZING ITS BASIC QUALITIES.

Label your design

abstract design
ABSTRACT DESIGN
  • UNRECOGNIZEABLE AS A SPECIFIC OBJECT OR THING.
  • Used in more modern and contemporary designs.

Label your design

geometric design
GEOMETRIC DESIGN
  • MADE WITH THE USE OF LINES, STRIPES, PLAIDS, AND GEOMETRIC SHAPES.
  • USED IN MODERN AND TRADITIONAL DESIGNS.

Label your design

use of patterns
Use of Patterns
  • Too much pattern can make a room too busy and uncomfortable
  • A room without pattern may be too stark or lacking in character
  • Successful Pattern combinations feel comfortable.
  • Incompatible Pattern combinations create an uneasy feeling.
to achieve a feeling of correctness in combining patterns
To achieve a feeling of correctness in Combining Patterns:
  • Maintain a consistent mood.
    • Formal naturalistic will not work with geometric.
  • Evaluate the placement of emphasis and avoid too many patterns in one area.
    • 1 bold pattern on a large area works better than 2-3 smaller patterns scattered throughout the room.
  • The size of the pattern should correspond to the size of the room and its windows.
    • Small scale patterns often used in cozy rooms
    • Large scale patterns for spacious rooms. These make a room appear smaller.
  • Identify the color scheme of the pattern
  • Use a variety of sizes of patterns to create interest.
texture assignment
Texture Assignment
  • 10. Texture Rubbing and mosaic; Fold a sheet of paper into six squares.

- Put your name and hour in the first square

-Make 5 texture rubbings by placing your paper over a surface and rubbing it with a crayon.

- Label each texture rubbing with its object AND adjectives describing the texture.

  • 11. Pattern Design follow the instructions to create the 6 different designs and identify each of their type of pattern.
  • 13. Texture Board; Using your favorite room picture, identify how you think this room could be different by varying the textures. If the room is formal, how could you make it informal by changing its texture and if its informal, how could yo make it formal? Choose 3 objects or coverings in the room (upholstery/fabric, window coverings, wall treatments, accessories, flooring…) and find actual samples of what you could use inst of what is in the picture. Remember to use variety in your textures.

-Fold a piece of cardstock in half and properly mount your samples to the left side of the page. On the right side of the page explain what the actual object is and how you chose to modify it. Also explain how this changed the appearance and feel of the object area or room..

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