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CREATIVE DESIGN. 2D shape creation – How pictures work. BUILDING A PICTURE (with shapes). What do you see? Think of a story Is it huggable? It is balanced?. Similarities and Differences. How are these two shapes related? Different? Is one more huggable than the other?.

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creative design

CREATIVE DESIGN

2D shape creation – How pictures work

building a picture with shapes
BUILDING A PICTURE (with shapes)
  • What do you see?
  • Think of a story
  • Is it huggable?
  • It is balanced?
similarities and differences
Similarities and Differences
  • How are these two shapes related?
  • Different?
  • Is one more huggable than the other?
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What does this look like?

  • How does it show depth
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What do feel?

  • Is this a happy picture?
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What do feel?

  • Is this a happy picture?
little red riding hood
Little Red Riding Hood!
  • Positive and Negative Space
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2. VERTICAL SHAPES

  • Vertical shapes are more exciting and active
  • They rebel against the earth’s gravity.
  • Imply energy and reaching for the heights.
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3. DIAGONAL SHAPES

  • Imply motion or tension
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4. Picture Space

UPPER

  • A place of freedom, happiness, and triumph
  • “top man on the totem pole”
  • “top dog”
  • Greater pictoral weight – think headlines
  • Threatened, heavier, sadder
  • More grounded
  • “Down in the dumps”

BOTTOM

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Is this better?

Why or Why not?

6 white or light backgrounds feel safer to us than dark because we can see well during the day
6. White or light backgrounds feel safer to us than dark because we can see well during the day.
  • Bright and pale colors glow like jewels against dark backgrounds
  • Againist white, bright colors look washed out.
  • Because white is a combo of all colors, our eyesight is blinded by white’s brightness.
7 we feel more scared looking at pointed shapes and more secure looking at rounded shapes or curves
7. We feel more scared looking at pointed shapes and more secure looking at rounded shapes or curves.
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8. The larger an object is, the stronger it feels. 9. We associate similar colors more strongly than we associate similar shapes

Orange

recreate a popular story
Recreate a popular story
  • Find a nursery rhyme or popular children’s fable to illustrate with shapes like I did with Little Red Riding Hood.
  • Only 3 colors of construction paper
  • Make sure you like your shape before cutting it out.
  • Experiment with laying out the composition before gluing down.
  • Remember the techniques and positive/negative space