Visual Vocabulary: Closure

Closure

 

The principle that this sketch represents is “Closure.” Closure is when an object is unfinished or when a space is not filled in. For this reason, the viewer can recognize the whole picture by filling in the rest of the missing information. For this visual, I made an incomplete shark with the rest of the lines look like it was “ghost-lines.” I intended to do this to give the viewer an edge to imagine the rest of the missing pieces. For the dimensions, I wanted the width to be big but length to be medium size. By doing this, I had made the shark more visual.

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