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Composition Composition can be defined as the orderly arrangement of elements in a scene which, when taken as a whole, conveys intent and meaning. Composition. Composition can be defined as the orderly arrangement of elements in a scene which, when taken as a whole, conveys intent and meaning.

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CompositionComposition can be defined as the orderly arrangement of elements in a scene which, when taken as a whole, conveys intent and meaning.

composition
Composition

Composition can be defined as the orderly arrangement of elements in a scene which, when taken as a whole, conveys intent and meaning.

composition in art and music
Composition in Art and Music
  • Composition in Music is similar you can take random notes and play them and they have no meaning
  • Put together the same notes in a composition and you have a hit
  • In art we use the Elements of art to form our notes
  • How we put them together becomes our composition
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Line

Calder

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texture
Texture

MeretOpenheim

getting the viewers attention reprinted from visual architecture the rule of three
Getting the Viewers AttentionReprinted from Visual Architecture: The Rule of Three
  • How do you get the viewer to see your art work
  • Some research results indicate that there is a 6 seconds (or less) time to grab the attention of the audience!
  • Because of this there is a downward trend towards reading all of the information available and an upward trend toward rapid perception of symbols.
your generation looks at stuff differently
Your Generation Looks at Stuff Differently
  • Because of these trends information acquisition has changed from a "read it all" activity to a "scan it all" activity.
  • Recent generations have been trained to learn from digital interfaces (e.g. games, educational CD-ROMS), and display a high dependence on concept rather than core information for the acquisition of new knowledge - this is the "point-and-click generation."
the rule of three
The Rule of Three
  • The Rule of Three is based on a triangular figure but not just any triangular figure. It must be interesting .
  • Asymmetrical as opposed to symmetrical
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Figure 1 is static: x, y and z objects are equally distant. The first step of the rule of three is to create a dynamic interaction between objects.

how to use composition
How to use Composition
  • Create a centre of interest to guide the eye around the image

Reprinted from Visual Design

http://www.a-website.org/design/composition_design.htm

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The Use of Contrast for CompositionThe eye is drawn to the brighter areas of a scene. This means that the prudent use of lighting can be a composition tool, in this case to emphasize important scenic elements and to de-emphasize others.

Valequez Las Meinaiss

the eye is drawn to the flat area in contrast with the heavily patterned areas
The eye is drawn to the flat area in contrast with the heavily patterned areas

Gustav Klimt

your assignment
Your Assignment
  • Begin By thinking of away to integrate 3 objects into a composition
  • You may mix images with text
  • Think about the message you will be making
    • Know what you're trying to say -- and who you're saying it to.
    • Never say it if you can show it.
  • Create 3 thumbnail sketches of what you would like to create
thumbnail sketches
Thumbnail sketches
  • Thumbnail Sketches are Shorthand Notes for Artists
  • Thumbnails are Memory Aids and Planning Tools
  • Creating thumbnail sketches is a crucial part of the brainstorming aspect of your design work. Don't discount the value of this step in the design process