Rhythm – (Noun)

Definition 1: is a principle of design that suggests movement or action.

(Rhythm) is usually achieved through repetition of lines, shapes, colors, and more. It creates a visual tempo in artworks and provides a path for the viewer’s eye to follow.Star NightIt is important because (Rhythm) allows your designs to develop an overall consistency that makes it easier for your customers to understand. Once the brain recognizes the pattern in the (rhythm), it can relax and better comprehend the rest of the design.

Setting the Mood: The Tone of Art

Mood – (Noun) Art is intrinsically emotional.

Whether deliberate or not, there is a particular mood set by each individual work.

Through color, theme, style, concept and approach, artists create a unique emotional response in their audience; happiness, calm, sadness, and anger all created purely via visual cues.

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It’s truly fascinating to explore the way art can affect you upon first impression.


Pigment – (Noun)

Definition 1: Is a material that changes the color of reflected or transmitted light as the result of wavelength-selective absorption.

Definition 2: A substance that imparts black or white or a color to other materials

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//  (Pigment) Finely powdered color material which produces the color of any medium. Made either from natural substances or synthetically, pigment becomes paint, ink, or dye when mixed with oil, water or another fluid (also called vehicle).


Critique  – (Verb)

Definition 1: evaluate (a theory or practice) in a detailed and analytical way.

// “the authors critique the methods and practices used in the research”

Good critique is the feedback you can use to make that piece of writing that you love even better, and therefore more likely to be published and loved by many others. And it is the feedback you need to improve your writing skills overall, which is a lifetime pursuit.