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PATTERN TEXTURE DESIGNS
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Structures, specifically patterns and textures, are used to differentiate one form from another and a form from it’s surrounding space. They also add interest, depth, and a sense of realism to your design. They can be added to individual forms or to the space around forms and they are created through organized or random structuring of elements.
So far this series on design elements has focused on specific objects we add to our design. We started with points and dots and continued to add dimensions until we arrived at volumes and the concept of optical mass. Today we move beyond the objects themselves and look at organizing or structuring objects to create visual activity in the form of patterns and textures.
A few weeks back I wrote about visual grammar including a discussion of structures. Let’s begin here with a review of structures and some additional details the previous post didn’t cover.
Any time we place two or more objects on a page in relation to each other they form a structure. There becomes some kind of organization between the elements and the more elements that make up our structure the more complex and interesting that structure will be.
Structures are defined by their structure lines, those lines that connect the objects. These lines can be visible, though they don’t need to be. As long as we can perceive the connection between objects, structure lines are present. These lines can also be active or inactive. Active structure lines are those that influence the objects in the structure in some way.