A wire-frame model is a visual presentation of a three-dimensional (3D) or physical object used in 3D computer graphics. It is created by specifying each edge of the physical object where two mathematically continuous smooth surfaces meet, or by connecting an object's constituent vertices using straight lines or curves. The object is projected onto a display screen by drawing lines at the location of each edge. The term wire frame comes from designers using metal wire to represent the three-dimensional shape of solid objects. 3D wire frame allows to construct and manipulate solids and solid surfaces.
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  • Graphic Design Terminology That Noobs Often Get Confused

    … versus Negative Space White space is the portion of a page left unmarked. It can be any color, not just white. Negative space is a deliberate design lacking any design element to produce a visual illusion. Wireframe versus Prototype A Wireframe is the blueprint of a design used for brainstorming layouts using sketches or a tool. Prototypes…

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