Color is also known as the use of hue in artwork and design. Defined as primary colors (red, yellow, blue) which can be directly mixed to create other hues. Primary and Secondary create Teritary, and so on. Things like tint and shade add variations in value. This picture represents a variety of colours and how it’s differently used.
Texture is the quality of a surface or the way the art work is represented. Different textures can be made using lines. It can be implied or real. The picture represents how the texture is, how rough or soft the material maybe.
Form can be created by the adding two or more shapes or it can be three-dimensional shape (sphere, cylinder, etc.). A form can be enhanced buy texture, tone, etc. Form shows height, depth and width. The picture is a pyramid which is a 3-d shape.
Space is the area provided for a particular purpose. It can be negative(space around and between the subject) or positive(space of a shape representing the subject). It includes the background, foreground and middle ground. It refers to the distances or areas around, between or within. The picture shows how the negative and positive space are both involved.
Shape is the use of two dimensional spaces defined by edges sometimes. Shapes can be geometric or organic (such as the shape of a leaf, boomerang, etc.) It is also defined by other elements. The picture represents shapes.
Value(tone) represents the use of light and dark, it can be shades and highlights. Value and contrast are directly related. This sketch represents the shading from light to dark.
Line is the length of a distance between two points or a path, etc. It pursuits the use of many marks, outlines, and more. Implied line is the path that the viewer’s eye takes as it follows shapes, colors and form along a path. This picture shows the distance from close to far, it also shows the line decreasing its length the farther it goes making it look continuous.