Form: Three-dimensions

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What is the difference between form and shape?

Form: Three-dimensions

"Form" is the 3-D of shape. A form can be geometric, organic, natural, realistic, abstract and nonobjective. The shape and structure of an object in architecture, fashion design, interior design, packaging, and other forms of 3-D graphic design. Basic forms consist of spheres, cubes, cylinders and cones. Basic shapes consist of circles, squares, rectangles and triangles.



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