Mostly the work is complete, I'm not sure that we wanted one of my works to make something quite
unusual.Art and graphic design through challenges.My wall art, and decor...regular design challenges .
As shown in the figure; I'm not sure that I am "?
yes "this is my work ... a lot of work, sticky fingers, problems with the guiding principle..Otherwise I do not work with glue; curiosity and stubbornness cost a lot of time and effort ..larger size and additional hand and a certain motive ..it would look monumentally!
Line — the visual path that enables the eye to move within the piece
Shape — areas defined by edges within the piece, whether geometric or organic
Colour — hues with their various values and intensities
Texture — surface qualities which translate into tactile illusions
Tone — Shading used to emphasize form
Form — 3-D length, width, or depth
Space — the space taken up by (positive) or in between (negative) objects
Shape and proportion
Positioning/Orientation/Balance/Harmony among the elements
The area within the field of view used for the picture ("cropping")
The path or direction followed by the viewer's eye when they observe the image.
Contrast: the value, or degree of lightness and darkness, used within the picture.
Geometry: for example, use of the golden mean
Illumination or lighting
Repetition (Sometimes building into pattern; rhythm also comes into play, as does geometry)
Breaking the rules can create tension or unease, yet it can add interest to the picture if used carefully