Principles/Elements of design
Point: Shows a location of a area, and is the most basic element.
Vertical Lines: these trees go up and down like vertical lines.
Horizontal lines: This duck is sitting in a lake which has horizontal lines going from side to side in it.
Diagonal lines: give the sense of movement, action, and activity.
Curved line: give the sense of freedom and a soothing mood
Color: Hue: base color, Value: lightness or darkness, Saturation: purity or intensity relative to gray.
Value: Shows the level of colors, shades.
Shape: A 2D area enclosed by lines or curves
Form: A 3D volume or solid
Space: Areas between and around parts of an image or the implied depth in that image
Texture: The surface look or feel, there is smooth and rough surfaces.
Balance: The distribution of elements within a design or equal spacing of objects
Emphasis: Used to draw attention to one area
contrast: The degree of relative difference between elements
Rhythm: Repeated use of line, shape, color, texture or pattern
proportion: The relative size of one object in comparison to another.
Unity: The consistent use of design elements
Economy: Use of the bare minimum of elements