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2.2. line

  1. 1. 2.2. ELEMENTS OF ART LINE RAQUEL P. FARIÑAS
  2. 2. Definition: mark made by a moving point. Kinds of lines: A. Simple lines: a single line B. Composite lines: two or more lines. 2.3. LINE B Kinds of Composite lines: 1. zig-zag lines. 2. Wavy lines. 3. Mixed lines. Line expressiveness: horizontal/ vertical/ diagonal/ curved line.
  3. 3. •Definition: A line is a mark made by a moving point.
  4. 4. •2. 3.1. Kinds of lines : •A. Simple lines: composed by a single line, either straight or curved. • B. Composite lines: formed by fragments of two or more straight or curved lines.
  5. 5. B. Composite lines types: 1. Zig-zag lines: composed by fragments straight lines. 2. Wavy lines: composed by fragments of curved lines.
  6. 6. 3. Mixed lines: composed of fragments straight and curved lines.
  7. 7. 2. 3.2 Line expressiveness • Horizontal lines: suggests a feeling of rest or repose. • Vertical lines: communicate a feeling of loftiness and spirituality. Erect lines seem to extend upwards beyond human reach, toward the sky. • Diagonal lines: suggest a feeling of movement or direction. Instability and dynamism. • Wavy lines: communicate sense of movement and softness.

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