See also:   [2-D design]
                   [3-D design]

                   [Formal Elements]                  

                   [Art Terms]

Space (2-D)

Space (3-D)

A more complete discussion is on the [Volume] page. In terms of the space that is filled by a 3-D object when viewed at a distance -- and thus, it will appear as flat 2-D object. The 3-D space tends to mimic the nature of a 2-D drawing, painting, etc. Of course for the most part the eye is NOT fooled, and "knows" that there is a 3-D aspect to the object. Notable exceptions include: name ????

Negative Space

Tension, gravity, etc.

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film clip examples, etc.