Jul 13, 2022
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Through the analysis of the balance theory in traditional painting and painting cases, it is concluded that in works of art, people can lead the audience's thoughts through positional changes, linear divisions, and color matching to create the part that the author wants to highlight and achieve visual effects. balance. Having mastered the principle of visual balance in composition, it is possible to rationally allocate positions and areas, and to use virtual reality and momentum to achieve harmony in order to achieve harmony. Create a sense of balance. For example, in the rescue poster, in order to highlight hope, the disaster effect is concentrated on one side and it feels heavy, and the quality of the rescue force changing its color on the other side in the form of embellishment achieves the balance of the picture. At the same time, according to the needs of the intention Image Manipulation Service of the work, the principle of balance can be used to pursue the unbalanced factors in the balance, enhance the tension and impact of the picture, broaden the field of visual expression, and create new effects. The balanced composition methods commonly used in modern graphic design works are: (1) balanced composition of primary and secondary distribution. This composition is a way of highlighting the key points, and the key points have strong impact. (2) Balanced composition with scatter distribution. This composition is suitable for expressing an even and balanced relationship to achieve the effect of harmonious coexistence of all aspects. 2. The use of contrast and harmony Contrast is to emphasize the difference of each part in the whole and highlight the inherent personality of a part. Reconciliation is the weakening of contrast, and it is to find their common constituent elements among objects to weaken the contrast and strengthen the interconnection of things. There are many contrasting factors commonly used in creation. From the organization of points, lines and surfaces, changing the size, strength, solidity, hue, brightness, purity, etc. of shape and color can enhance the contrast and make the image of the desired prominent object more vivid. Give the audience more dynamic visual stimulation. Simply emphasizing contrast will make the picture lack consistency, and contrast without reconciliation is meaningless.