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### Line activity

1. 1. 1. Visual elements of a image Objectives: • To understand and use visual elements of an image. • To create image and express oneself using and experimenting with the expressive characteristic of the point,the line, the surface and the texture. Evaluation: • Recognise visual elements • Use the visual elements that make up the language of painting, sculpture and architecture. • Use terms in writing and oral English that relate to the point, line , surface and texture.
2. 2. 1.1. The point and line • The straight line: suggest rigidity, precision and constancy. • Vertical: these are balanced between the sky (above) and teh ground (below). These express spirituality and elegance. • Inclined: these denote movement, decision and willingness. • Curved: these produce a feeling of movement action and dynamism. • Radial: these suggest light, explosion and luminosity. • Broken: these lines have a zigzag shape and sharply change of direction, transmit imbalance, chaos and lack of organization. • Concurrent: all the lines go towards a point or area of maximun attention. Concentric and spiral lines convey concentration.
3. 3. George Grosz Giacomo Balla
4. 4. Miró
5. 5. Giacomo Balla Emilio Vedoba
6. 6. 1.2 Graphic qualities of the lines • Direction: every line works as a vector of direction. • Spatial distribution: lines separate planes and spaces, giving every surface different graphic qualities. • Volume: shadowing allows us to create a three dimensional volume in two-dimensional spaces. • Depth: on a surface the line gives a scene depth when it is placed on the diagonal. • Structure: lines organise the space.
7. 7. 1.1.b Lines make up images
8. 8. Activity • 1. Draw the contours of the object that appear in the model and the line that separates the vertical plane from the horizontal one. • 2. Paint the inner surface lines with lines of coloured pencils modulating the line (thicker and darker for more interesting features and thinner for areas of less importance)