The concept of balance is a simple one.
In art, it’s the idea that two halves of a composition are not mirror images of each other.
The simplest example would be when you have an item on the right side and then something similar to it on the left side but in different size or color.
It may also refer to how certain elements are placed with respect to others within a given work, such as where they sit in terms of importance or emphasis (e.g., foreground, background).
Balance can be achieved in many ways: by using weight and scale; through line, shape and form; by contrast; or through variety props orouts cut as such artificial anything needing without backgrounds ands foreground like elementsitional compos for shapes provides also.
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