Form is one of the elements of art and refers to three-dimensional objects. Shapes are flat and have two dimensions (height and width). Forms have three dimensions. (height, width and depth).
Real Forms occupy space, such as sculptures or buildings.
Implied Form. An artwork can have implied form if it appears to have depth. This can be created with perspective, tone/value or colour.
The resource below is ideal for teaching your students how tone/values can create form.
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