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Line
Gesture lines - rapid,  sketchy marks mimicking  the movement of human  eyes when examining a  subject.
Outline - follows the edges  of a silhouette of a 3-d  form with uniform line  thickness.
Contour lines mark the edges  of a 3-d object with varying  line thickness and with  some internal detail.
Cross-contours - repeated  lines around an object and  express its 3-dimensionality.
Expressive vs. analytical line
Gesture
Contour Line
Cross contour
Line as Representation and             Expression•   Gesture•   Gestural•   Calligraphic•   Implied line
In the Style of Giacometti
Shape: positive/negative spaces
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Line use when drawing the human figure. ARTS 1317 Medina

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  1. 1. Line
  2. 2. Gesture lines - rapid, sketchy marks mimicking the movement of human eyes when examining a subject.
  3. 3. Outline - follows the edges of a silhouette of a 3-d form with uniform line thickness.
  4. 4. Contour lines mark the edges of a 3-d object with varying line thickness and with some internal detail.
  5. 5. Cross-contours - repeated lines around an object and express its 3-dimensionality.
  6. 6. Expressive vs. analytical line
  7. 7. Gesture
  8. 8. Contour Line
  9. 9. Cross contour
  10. 10. Line as Representation and Expression• Gesture• Gestural• Calligraphic• Implied line
  11. 11. In the Style of Giacometti
  12. 12. Shape: positive/negative spaces
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