Artists use texture for a number of reasons, depending on the vision behind their work. Sometimes texture is used to give the illusion of depth or making a piece seem more realistic - the more detail put into the use of texture (such as the texture of leaves, skin, etc.), the more realistic a work of art can look.What is an example of texture in art?
Implied texture or also called Visual texture, is abstract and is often designed to be decorative rather than touched. An example of implied texture in two-dimensional art is an illustration of plants showing the texture of the plants.What are two types of texture that artists create?
The Two Types of Texture - Tactile and Visual Tactile texture is the real thing. It is the actual way a surface feels when it is felt or touched, such as rough, smooth, soft, hard, silky, slimy, sticky, etc. 3-D art such as sculpture and architectural structures are tactile in nature because they can be felt.