Three-Dimensional Principles of Design Models
The three-dimensional principles of design are the means an artist or designer uses to organize elements within a work of art of design.
Elements are arranged equally top to bottom or left to right.
Objects of varying visual weight are arranged to balance one another
around a fulcrum point.
Elements are arranged equally around a central point.
Created by the careful placement of repeated elements to create a visual tempo or beat; suggestion of motion.
A way of focusing attention to one part of a work
through placement, color, or contrast.
Refers to the relationship of a part to the whole.
Refers to the relationship and comparison of size.
A way of combining similar elements in an artwork to
accent their similarities giving the work a sense of