Some different types of art are animation, architecture, assemblage, calligraphy, ceramics, computer, Christian or religious, conceptual, artistic design, drawing, folk, graffiti, graphic, illuminated manuscript, illustration, mosaic, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, stained glass, tapestry, and video. Subclassifications include chalk, charcoal, pen and ink, watercolors, acrylics, miniature painting, engraving, lithography, screen printing, wood carving, dance, and acting. Line, form, shape, texture, space, value and color are the elements that make up various art forms. These basic components combined with principles of design are the building blocks used by all artists to create within every genre of artistry. A sculptor, for example, uses form, space and texture to depict objects that are three-dimensional. Line and shape are essential for those who bring scenes to life using two-dimensional media.
Value refers to the portrayal of darkness and light using shading and perspective. The thousands of tints and tones in the color spectrum are essential to painters, illustrators and artisans who configure stained glass. Other types of art include wax modeling, ivory carving, bronze casting, relief sculpting, tapestry, video, cave painting, manicure and pedicure design, poster art popular during the French belle epoque and the art nouveau era, and fine art printmaking implemented by artists such as Toulouse-Lautrec and Andy Warhol.