Direction & Movement (beta)

Direction & Movement 3b; Contrasting forces: test yourself
 Direction and Movement provide the underlying visual flow in a composition.
All lines have direction. Some lines of direction are implied like the invisible line that type sits on.
 Basic modes of direction include: horizontal, vertical, diagonal, triangular, spiral, radiating, concentric, dilating…just for starters!
Movement is a felt sense of advancement or progression within a composition.
Rhythm is based on pattern and movement; repetition and variation.
Audio only file is currently in production.






















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