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Launching the Imagination Comprehensive (2-D, 3-D, and 4-D)

ISBN-10: 007248540X

ISBN-13: 9780072485400

Edition: 2002

Authors: Mary Stewart

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List price: $71.56
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 1/11/2002
Binding: Mixed Media
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.948
Language: English

Preface
introduction
Two-Dimensional Design
Two-Dimensional Design: Elementslinedefining Line
Types of Line
Expressive Uses of LineShapeDefining Shape
Types of Shape
Expressive Uses of ShapeTextureDefining Texture
Creating Texture
Expressive Uses of TextureValueDefining Value
Value and Volume
Expressive uses of Value Key
words Key
Questions Key
Readings(Included in every chapter)Profile: Phillia Yi, Printmaker
Color And Composition Studying ColorSeeing ColorDefining ColorHue / Value
Intensity
Temperature Composing in Color Color Systems
Color CombinationsColor and CommunicationContrast
Emotional Effects
Symbolic ColorProfile: Ann Baddley Keister, Weaver
Two-Dimensional Design: Organization basic CompositionUnity and Variety
Weight and Gravity
Balance
Scale and Proportion
Emphasis Expanded CompositionIllusion of Space
The Dynamics of Space: Bringing Mulan to Life
Illusion of Movement Maximizing Visual Impact Profile: Ken Stout, Painter
Concepts And Critical Thinking
Cultivating Creativitydesign and Creativity
Seven Characteristics of Creative Thinking Goal Setting Time Management Profile
Nancy Callahan, Artist, and Diane Gallo, Writer
Concept Development Problem Seeking Problem-Solving Strategies Brainstorming Research Conceptual Expansion
Variations on a Theme
Metaphorical Thinking
Interdisciplinary ConnectionsProfile
Heidi Lasher-Oakes, Sculptor
Developing Critical Thinkinge stablishing Criteria Critique Basics
Stop, Look, Listen, Learn Types of Critiques Developing a Long-Term Project
Turn Up the Heat: Pushing Your Project's Potential Accepting Responsibility Profile
Bob Dacey, Illustrator
Three-Dimensional Design
Three Dimensional Design: Aspects And Elements Thinking in Three DimensionsForm and Function
The Three Dimensions
Drafting for Designers
Degrees of Dimensionality Design Elements Line
Shapes and Planes
Volume / Mass / Space / Texture / Color and Light
The Complexity of Three-Dimensional DesignProfile
Rodger Mack, Sculptor
Three Dimensional Design: Organization Principles of Three-Dimensional Design Balance
Scale and Proportion
Proximity
Emphasis and Contrast
Repetition Composition and Construction Choice of Materials
Construction Methods
Connections
Transitions
Unity and VarietyProfile
David MacDonald, Ceramicist
Physical And Cerebral Constructed Thought From Life to Art
Connection and Separation
Boundaries
Bases and Places Physical Qualities of Sculptural Objects Physical Forces
Material and Immaterial Cerebral Qualities of Sculptural Objects Building on a Tradition
Reinventing Sculpture
Contemporary Questions, Contemporary Answers
Expressing Ideas in Physical FormProfile
Rick Paul, Virtual Sculptor
Time Design
Aspects And Elements Of Time Building Blocks Relationships Between Shots
Transitions from Shot to Shot Six Aspects of Time Duration
Tempo / Intensity / Scope / Setting / Chronology Schindler's List
Content and CompositionProfile
Sharon Greytak, Filmmaker
Narrative And Non-Narrative Telling Me a Story Working with Multiple Images
Multiple Image Structure
From Scene to Screenplay
Establishing Boundaries
Style / Degrees of Definition Story and Style in Citizen Kane Basic Construction
Visualizing Citizen Kane
Editing and Emotion Non-Narrative Profile
Jerome Witkin, Painter
Interdisciplinary Arts
Books, Installations, Performances Exploring
The Visual Book Selecting a Text / Writing a Text / Text and Typestyle
Image-to-Page Relationships
Word and Image Relationships
Advantages of Visual Books Installation Art Uses of Space and Time
The Importance of Context
Advantages of Installation Art Performance Art Historical Background
Characteristics of Performance Art
The Advantages of Interdisciplinary Art Profile
Bonnie Mitchell, Multimedia Designer and Artist
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