Image Smart: The Shape and Texture

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Shape is a figure or surface area enclosed by a boundary, such as circle, triangle, rectangle, square, star, crescent, hexagon and heart. We can see them all around us. These can be in two-dimensional Shape or three-dimensional. They can be formed by curved lines or straight, open shape (its ending point isn´t connected), close shape (all its line segments connected).

Texture. The variations of light /dark patterns of various textures are indications for visual enjoying. All surfaces have texture. A designer recognizes that different Textures can affect interest in different ways. Using different textures can increase interest in a composition by adding variety without changing color.

Visual texture refers to the illusion of the surface’s texture. It is what tactile texture looks like (on a 2D surface). Visual texture is the impression of texture created by the artist by attempting to reproduce the color and value of real world textures.

Vocabulary:

Questionnaire:

  • What is the difference between shape and texture?

Welcome to this activity created by Learning Advisor Ms. Anlluli Morales from Reforma Branch. Take note of all the pink words, read the text, watch the video and answer the question in the comment section below.

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