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the art element of line

the art element of line

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  • 1. line What is it?
  • 2. line • Any mark made by an artists tool- pencil, brush, stick, etc. • It is often defined as a moving dot • lines can be expressive or representational
  • 3. Expressive lines . . .  Are lines that:  Express the artist’s emotions or feelings OR  Try to make the viewer experience a certain emotion or feeling
  • 4. Vertical lines • Are static, restful, inactive and still • Expresses stability, dignity, poise and formality • Creates calm and relaxed feelings
  • 5. Horizontal lines • Are also static • Expresses peace, rest, quiet, and stability • Creates comfortable and relaxed feelings
  • 6. Diagonal and zig-zag lines • Are active • Expresses action, movement, instability, tension, and excitement • Creates uncomfortable, exciting and tense feelings
  • 7. Curved lines • Are also active • Express some activity. • The less active the curve, the calmer the feeling
  • 8. Representational Lines . . .  Describe the edges or contours of an object
  • 9. Representational lines can be . . .  Angular  Curvilinear
  • 10. TYPES OF LINE
  • 11. Contour line • An outline of an object, mass or figure. • Drawn slowly and carefully
  • 12. gesture line • A fluid and flowing line that indicates action or form • Drawn quickly
  • 13. value lines • Value Lines - Used to shade areas. Drawn close together.
  • 14. Implied line • A line consisting of dots, dashes and lines to create the impression of a complete line • In nature there is no such thing as a line, an edge produces an implied line

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