Conceptual Models use simple techniques and light, pliable materials, conceptual models show formal and spatial effects through contrasts in form, size, orientation, layout, tone (light to dark), colour, and texture.
The basic nature of conceptual models is their impromptu construction, as compositions that can be revised easily.
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