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What are some ways in which you can keep the horizon straight

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Answer: use the line from the rule of third to keep the horizon straight

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The main way to help you keep the horizon straight would be by following the rule of thirds lines.

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The most basic harmonic progression is: A. Tonic-dominant-tonic (1 - V-1)

B. Tonic-mediant-tonic (1 - iii - 1)

C. Tonic-subdominant-tonic (I - IV - 1)

D. Tonic submediant-tonic (1 - vi - 1)

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Tonic-dominant-tonic (1-V-1)

C. Tonic-subdominant-tonic (I - IV - 1)

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Match the artwork with the design principle it best illustrates. Shimmering Substance Red Cube Deer's Skull with Pedernal Death and Life Still Life with Compotier Delusions of Grandeur A. Unity & Variety B. Scale & Proportion C. Symmetrical Balance D. Assymetrical Balance E. Emphasis & Subordination F. Balance

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Hmm, your question needs more information. But I'll give it a shot.

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I would say E because you are using two types of objects with certain characteristics. Hence, the Skull with Pedernal Death and what not.. :/

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How did Stone Age art provide a foundation for Mesopotamian art?

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The Stone Age. The Stone Age is the first of the three-age system of archaeology, which divides human technological prehistory into three periods: the Stone Age, Bronze Age, and Iron Age.

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The radiant-style sainte-chapelle's primary intended effect is to

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I believe the correct answer is: to transport visitors into a realm of heavenly beauty.

 

The radiant-style Sainte-Chapelle's, a royal chapel in the Gothic style, within the medieval Palais de la Cité, the residence of the Kings of France, was primary intended effect is to transport visitors into a realm of heavenly beauty with its increasingly flamboyant patterns of repeated traceries and ornament.

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