figure/ground similarity proximity closure continuance translation rotation reflection glide/reflection dilation symmetric balance asymmetric balance ambiguous balance neutral balance
we tend to see figures with similar characteristicsâ€”eg: shape,
color, texture, etc. as belonging together.
When figures look alike but still are unique
its all about placement of objects and making those groups
When your eyes want to finish the unfinished
A group of figures that lead your eyes in a direction
When one object is slided over from the original
When you turn an object around a point.
Its like when you see yourself in a puddle, the object is fliped
along a line
When you slide and flip an object
Changing somethings size but keeping it at its natural shape.
symmetric balance When the object is equal and feels tranquil
asymmetric balance When something is a little off but its equally off
ambiguous balance ITS A MIRACLE
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