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What are the three main techniques for creating unity in a piece of artwork? A. balance, texture, value B. continuation, proximity, similarity C. emphasis, form, movement D. harmony, rhythm, variety
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User: What are the three main techniques for creating unity in a piece of artwork? A. balance, texture, value B. continuation, proximity, similarity C. emphasis, form, movement D. harmony, rhythm, variety

Weegy: The three main techniques for creating unity in a piece of artwork are: continuation, proximity, similarity.


User: Which of the following principles of design is subjective to an individual viewer's impression or opinion? A. harmony B. movement C. rhythm D. symmetry

Weegy: Movement is subjective to an individual viewer's impression or opinion.



User: Why is unity sometimes regarded as the most important of all design principles? A. Unity governs the entire piece of artwork. B. Unity may be seen in only part of an artwork. C. Unity provides diversity in the artwork. D. Unity suggests the agreeable blending of elements.

Weegy: Unity is regarded as the most imply of all design principles because unity governs the entire piece of artwork.

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Repetition can draw the viewer's eye to different parts of the work. This is not true about repetition.
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