Elements Point: The stars have position but no dimension and they are used to indicate a location to form the constellation. Line: The vertical, horizontal, diagonal, and curved lines create textures and patterns for this mosaic. Color: These masks are made up of warm colors which include reds, oranges, and yellows. Value: The black and white photo displays relative darkness and brightness. Shape: This photo shows organic shape because it includes natural leaves enclosed by lines and curves. Form: The African horned melon is a three-dimensional solid. Space: The cave indicates depth which reduces the visual space. Texture: The surface look or feel of the monkey's fur is soft. Principles of Design Balance: On King Tutankhamun's sculpture, the balance is symmetrical because there's an equal distribution of elements on each side. Emphasis: In Alim Smith's artwork, the abstract style draws attention to the face of the people which also makes the faces the focal point. Contrast: The degree of relative difference of the bongo drums include the shape, size, and design structure. Rhythm: The harmonious use of line, shape, and color create a look of movement. Proportion: The relative size of the cup, match, comb, and other items are out of proportion in comparison to the room. Key Terms Unity: The consistent use of colors and shape unify this design. Economy: This simple picture shows the bare minimum of elements but still gives an understanding of what it represents. Ellipse: The cylinder is sliced on an angle which reveals an ellipse cross-section. Round: The basketball's exterior surfaces are rounded at their intersections which create the spherical shape. Quadrilateral: The flag of Sudan is a four sided polygon. Angle: The teal border on the birdhouse creates a right angle which can be measured in degrees or radians. Prism: The pyramids of Egypt are triangular prisms because their similar, equal, parallel rectilinear figures, and sides that are parallel.