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  • 1. LINES Extension of points in one direction Points fuse and form lines, while lines of different types and having different qualities come together and form images. 2-Dimension 3-Dimension
  • 2. STRUCTURAL LINES Inner and Outer Structural lines Lines, either explicit or implied, provides the contour of forms. Search for the proportions of your basic form with many lines.
  • 3. LINES & STROKES Create V A L U E Depict FORM Don’t just coloring, be confident to show lines and strokes with your understanding.
  • 4. LINES IMPLY FORM AND SPACE 1 2 3
  • 5. LINES IMPLY FORM AND SPACE Keep your eyes on the subject you are drawing. Imagine that the point of your drawing tool is in actual contact with the subject. Do not let your eyes move more quickly than you can draw. Keep your eye and hand coordinated. Draw only where there is an actual, structural plane shift or where is a change in value, texture, or color. Do not worry about distorted of inaccurate proportion; they will improve after a number of sessions dedicated to forms and structures.
  • 6. LINES IMPLY FORM AND SPACE Pattern reveals form.

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