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Basic concepts of shapes

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  1. 3. an image of everyday objects or scenes in a style that resembles a photo
  2. 5. forms that are found in nature, such as an animal
  3. 6. simplifies shapes to communicate a visual message
  4. 7. forms that have broken borders that allows color and texture to mix with other colors on the surface
  5. 9. a style or flattening of shapes
  6. 11. a style of art that represents objects or scenes that resembles real shapes but not a realistic picture
  7. 12. forms that follow a mathematical order
  8. 14. the organization of parts of a shape that determines its appearance
  9. 16. shapes made by humans, such as a chair
  10. 18. occurs when color creates the appearance of closeness and distance
  11. 19. created by placing shapes on top of other shapes on a 2D plane to create a 3D effect
  12. 20. warm ________ give a "closer" appearance whereas cool _________ are more remote
Down
  1. 1. shapes that have defined borders and can be silhouettes and are drawn with unbroken outlines
  2. 2. consists of reducing visual elements to present only essential images and maintains proportions
  3. 4. forms that have an irregular outline and inner surface
  4. 8. shapes that appear to have a 3D appearance
  5. 10. dimension of a shape in comparison to others around it
  6. 13. a form that has two dimensions
  7. 15. occurs when place different sized shapes on a 2D plane to create depth
  8. 17. an art style where there is little similarity between the shapes and real physical shapes