Floristry Basics - Basic Shapes.

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  • Basic forms.

    Even the seemingly very complicated shape can be divided into simple pieces and placed in clear geometric shapes. An important role is played by three basic shapes - rectangle, triangle and circle. Each of these three forms is a particular substance. The basic forms are called because they arise from all other forms.

    Floristry Basics - Basic Shapes

    Structural forms:

    Form - a shape, the outer limits of the subject. In most cases, they say on the form, when the outline describes a simple circuit. If the circuit complexity, then used those lines that are in contact with the endpoints and that form the shape.

    Structural forms (eg, wooden boxes, frames, etc.) the majority of the rectangles. All thinning and ending with the tip shape - triangles. All round, soft, hesitant enclosed in a circle. Constructive forms look clear architectural and functional. In most cases, they are static, which makes them important partners in the living flower and plant compositions.

    Vessels - such as cups, tubs, vases, boxes, when they are geometrically well-formed. Cubic, cylindrical shape and forms a ball, candles, and much more - it's as examples of constructive forms. In the room they play an important role.

    Architectural and building rectangular floor and ceiling tiles or through the tiles, as well as a system of shelves and cabinets give the room the clarity and systematic order, which is necessary in order to give the flowers and plants necessary framework.

    Floristry Basics - Basic Shapes

    Available forms:

    There are infinitely many examples of free forms. They seem to be free from the scheme, that is never precisely repeat a certain pattern, and is always something new. Free forms geometrically obscure, even when they can learn some simple basic forms. They dominated the wavering, whimsical lines.

    Random or non-living forms (such as shingles, tiles, draped material, woven from wire, rope, gravel surface, molded candles by hand, unique ceramic crafts, etc.) also have arbitrary boundaries, but do not arise through the growth of and through the formative forces. Their final image is an unforeseen and unexpected.

    Mobile forms:

    A growing around us makes you feel movement in its form and its development. Way to address on the form contained in the motion it is very important for understanding its uniqueness. The direction of motion, by its form or features of the lines, we distinguish seven different types of forms:

    1. Tending upwards.
    2. Drop-down.
    3. Speakers.
    4. Flowing.
    5. Creeping.
    6. Curved.
    7. Brittle.


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