Drawing with Line
Line:• A mark with length and direction(-s).• An element of art which refers to the  continuous mark made on some surface ...
• Types of line  include: vertical,  horizontal, diagonal,  straight or ruled,  curved, bent, angular,  thin, thick or wid...
• Often it defines a space, and may create an  outline or contour, define a silhouette;  create patterns, or movement, and...
Simplest line - Contour• The outline and  other visible edges of  a mass, figure or  object.
Blind Contour
Cross Contour• A line that can define  surface undulations  between the outermost  edges of shapes or  objects• embody the...
Cross-Contours in real life…
Creating Movement with Line…
Bringing it all together…
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  1. 1. Drawing with Line
  2. 2. Line:• A mark with length and direction(-s).• An element of art which refers to the continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point.
  3. 3. • Types of line include: vertical, horizontal, diagonal, straight or ruled, curved, bent, angular, thin, thick or wide, interrupted (dotted, dashed, broken, etc.), blurred or fuzzy, controlled, freehand, parallel, hatching, meandering, and spiraling.
  4. 4. • Often it defines a space, and may create an outline or contour, define a silhouette; create patterns, or movement, and the illusion of mass or volume. It may be two- dimensional (as with pencil on paper) three- dimensional (as with wire) or implied (the edge of a shape or form).
  5. 5. Simplest line - Contour• The outline and other visible edges of a mass, figure or object.
  6. 6. Blind Contour
  7. 7. Cross Contour• A line that can define surface undulations between the outermost edges of shapes or objects• embody the idea that your lines should embrace the form of the subject and define its surface.
  8. 8. Cross-Contours in real life…
  9. 9. Creating Movement with Line…
  10. 10. Bringing it all together…

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