LineAn element of art that is used to defineshape, contours, and outlines. It may be acontinuous mark made on a surface wi...
Line CharacteristicsLine is a mark often defined as a moving dot.  It has a length and width, but its width is  very small...
Line in natureIn nature, lines can be seenas tree branches, cracks inrocks, grasses, flower stems,spider webs and more.
Line in the man made environment
What line examples can you think of?
Line QualitiesVariety creates interest. Some lines are thick, some are thin,some are thick, thin, tapering, unevenLength -...
Line Edges
Directional Lines  lead the eye
OutlinesLines made by the edge of an object orits silhouette.
Contour LineLines thatdescribe theshape of anobject and theinterior detail.
Gesture LinesLine that capture the essence of afigure pose figure.
Calligraphic LinesGreek word meaning “beautiful writing.”Precise, elegant handwriting or letteringdone by hand.
Implied Linecreated by a group of shapes seen from a distance
Sketch LinesLines that captures the appearance of anobject or impression of a place.
Expressive LinesLines can beexpressiveandsuggestivebecause oftheir endlessvariety.
Hatched LineLines repeated to create shading
Cross-Hatched Lineshading with line
Artist Line DrawingsLine drawing in sanguine   "The Peacock Skirt,”Leonardo da Vinci 1495     Aubrey Beardsley,           ...
Review2 examples of line in nature?2 examples of man made lines?What do directional lines do?Outlines define?Contour Lines...
ActivityCerate a line design using 5 or more line qualities
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  1. 1. LineAn element of art that is used to defineshape, contours, and outlines. It may be acontinuous mark made on a surface with apointed tool or implied by the edges ofshapes and forms.
  2. 2. Line CharacteristicsLine is a mark often defined as a moving dot. It has a length and width, but its width is very small compared to its length.Lines often suggest movement in a drawing orpainting.
  3. 3. Line in natureIn nature, lines can be seenas tree branches, cracks inrocks, grasses, flower stems,spider webs and more.
  4. 4. Line in the man made environment
  5. 5. What line examples can you think of?
  6. 6. Line QualitiesVariety creates interest. Some lines are thick, some are thin,some are thick, thin, tapering, unevenLength - long, short, continuous, brokenDirection- horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curving,perpendicular, oblique, parallel, radial, zigzagFocus - sharp, blurry, fuzzy, choppyFeeling - sharp, jagged, graceful, smooth
  7. 7. Line Edges
  8. 8. Directional Lines lead the eye
  9. 9. OutlinesLines made by the edge of an object orits silhouette.
  10. 10. Contour LineLines thatdescribe theshape of anobject and theinterior detail.
  11. 11. Gesture LinesLine that capture the essence of afigure pose figure.
  12. 12. Calligraphic LinesGreek word meaning “beautiful writing.”Precise, elegant handwriting or letteringdone by hand.
  13. 13. Implied Linecreated by a group of shapes seen from a distance
  14. 14. Sketch LinesLines that captures the appearance of anobject or impression of a place.
  15. 15. Expressive LinesLines can beexpressiveandsuggestivebecause oftheir endlessvariety.
  16. 16. Hatched LineLines repeated to create shading
  17. 17. Cross-Hatched Lineshading with line
  18. 18. Artist Line DrawingsLine drawing in sanguine "The Peacock Skirt,”Leonardo da Vinci 1495 Aubrey Beardsley, 1892
  19. 19. Review2 examples of line in nature?2 examples of man made lines?What do directional lines do?Outlines define?Contour Lines indicate______?Multiple Crosshatched lines create_______?
  20. 20. ActivityCerate a line design using 5 or more line qualities

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