Definition of vocal words
• Mixed media- refers to different kinds of media that are used in the work of art. • Collage- refers to an art piece that is arrived at by combining various materials such as fabric, a piece of paper or photographs. • Mandala- it is a graphic symbol of the universe of the Buddhist or the Hindu. • Perception- refers to the manner in which we see or understanding something or a particular thing. • Aesthetics- refers to the set principles about appreciation of beauty and nature in general. • Iconography- refers to the symbols and images used in artwork. • Line- refers to an image with the curved or distinct straight lines which has no gradation in its shape and it is placed against a background which is normally plain.
• Cross-hatching- refers to the use of the closely drawn parallel lines to achieve the hatching extension. • Implied line- refers to a line giving a suggestion on the plane of an object or the edge of the object. • Shape- refers to the boundaries in which the other elements of art define. • Diminishing size- refers to the reduction of the size of a drawing. • Vertical placement- refers to the closeness or the further an image can be depending on its manner of placement from a person. • Perspective or linear perspective- it is defined as a way of creating a depth illusion on a flat surface. • Vanishing point or viewpoint- refers to a point of extinction, cessation or disappearance. • One point perspective- refers to a method of drawing showing the manner in which things start to be smaller as they get to further away, as they converge towards a particular vanishing point.
• Focal point- refers to the area of emphasis and that requires more attention by the eye of the viewer. • Subordination- refers to the toning down the compositional elements or minimizing them in order to bring into attention the focal point. • Contract- it refers to a deal between two or more people, or organization to do some things. • Rhythm- refers to a combination of elements with variations and which are repeated. • Scale- it is defined as the relationship of two or more objects in terms of their sizes. • Museum- refers to space or a building that is preserved for art displays. • Cartoon- refers to full-scale preparatory drawing for an oil painting, tapestry or fresco. • Hatching- refers to the shading effect or tonal creation by drawing parallel lines close to one another.
• Contour hatching- refers to the tonal creation or shading effect achieved by drawing lines that follow the contours. • Tooth- refers to a paper or grain of canvas. • Primer- it is the first coat that is applied in the support before making the painting (gesso) • Watercolor- refers to the resulting artwork and medium artwork. • Gouache- refers to one type of paint from natural pigment, water media, with a binding material and water as well as an inert material. • Tempera- refers to a fast drying medium of painting that consists of colored pigments. • Matte- refers to a painting representing a landscape. • Gesso- refers to the first coat applied in support before making the panting. • Relief printmaking process- it is the process of cutting the surface of printing in that all that remains is the intended printed design.
• Woodcut- is a technique in printmaking of relief printing. • Wood engraving- refers to a letterpress printing and printmaking technique, in which matrix of images are made on a piece of wood by the artist. • Linocut- is a technique in printmaking whereby a relief surface is used • Intaglio- here, the image is surface incised and the ink is held by the sunken area. • Engraving- refers to the art in which the corrosion by acid, cutting or photographic process make the design. • Camera obscura- It is a dark box with a hole on one side where light could pass. • Daguerreotype- refers to the first photographic process to exist publicly. • Aperture- It’s an opening in a camera that’s control light. • Shutter- refers to a movable cover that allows light to pass through for a certain period of time to photographic film in order to take an image.
• Lens- refers to a transparent material with two regular surfaces in which one is curved or both of them are curved. • Narrative editing- refers to the technique of resembling a coherent sequence of videos. • Cutting ratio- refers to the chip thickness ratio before making the cutting to the thickness of the chip after doing the cutting. • Close-up- refers to the kind of shot that frames an object or a person so tightly. • Long shot- refers to the view of a shot scene from a longer distance hence making the object look indistinct in shape. • Montage- this is the creation of a continuous whole film by editing, selecting and piecing together separate sections of the film. • Freestanding- refers to something that is independent, that is it is not supported are attached to anything else.
• Low-relief; bas-relief- refers to a technique of making a surface out of a light carving of a design. • High-relief- can be described as a sculptural relief in which the project is formed by at least half of the circumference. • Modeling- refers to the act of making models of 3D. • Additive- is the process of sculpture creating to create work by adding the materials. • Installation- refers to the action of installing something or someone. • Site-specific- refers to creative art in order to exist in a specific place. • Firing- putting something in heat, such as clay to harden it. • Potter; ceramist- is the individual with the skill of making objects and vessels by the use of clay. • Earthenware- refers to clay made pottery fired into a porous state.
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