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Element of Art Line

  1. 1. ELEMENT OF ART: LINE PREPARED BY: LORELYN OBIDA (BEED-2A)
  2. 2. 01 02 03 CONTENT 5 types of Line in Art: Meaning and examples Line in Art Variations of Line in Art
  3. 3. Line in Art 01
  4. 4. A line in art is defined as a point moving in space, and it’s one of the seven elements of art (line, color, shape, form, texture, value, space). It is one of the most crucial elements, as everything begins with just a simple dot in space, that transforms into lines and then drawings. Lines are everywhere! What is a Line in Art?
  5. 5. 5 types of Line in Art: Meaning and examples 02
  6. 6. 5 Types of Lines in Art: Meaning and Examples 1.Vertical 2.Horizontal 3.Diagonal 4.Zigzag 5.Curved
  7. 7. 01 TILE HERE Vertical lines -are straight up and down lines that are moving in space without any slant and are perpendicular to horizontal lines. They suggest height and strength because they extend towards the sky and seem unshakeable.
  8. 8. 02 TILE HERE Horizontal lines are straight lines parallel to the horizon that move from left to right. They suggest width, distance, calmness, and stability.
  9. 9. 03 TILE HERE Diagonal lines are straight lines that slant in any direction except horizontal or vertical. When in use, they suggest movement or lack of stability.
  10. 10. 04 TILE HERE Zigzag lines are a series of diagonal lines joined at ends. They can convey action and excitement, as well as restlessness and anxiety.
  11. 11. 05 TILE HERE Curved lines are lines that bend and change direction gradually. They can be simply wavy or spiral. Such lines convey the feelings of comfort and ease, as well as sensual quality as they remind us of the human body.
  12. 12. Variations of Line in Art 03
  13. 13. Variety of lines using these tools: •Length •Width •Weight •Texture •Style
  14. 14. 01 Length in lines can be long (tall, strong, far) or short (small, cute, close).
  15. 15. 02 Width in lines goes from thin (delicate, slim, lightweight) to thick (strength, weight, power).
  16. 16. 03 Weight in lines means the continuous change of width. By varying the weight, one can capture energy, movement and even suggest when one object is in front of the other.
  17. 17. 04 Texture in lines defines how smooth or rough it is. Varying it can simply mean changing your working medium (for example, going from marker to charcoal or changing your digital brush).
  18. 18. 05 Style of lines refers to continuous, dotted, dashed or implied lines. Continuous or implied lines are great for leading the eye of the viewer in the direction you want them to go. Dashed or dotted lines are great for patterns, energy and calling for attention.
  19. 19. ACTIVITY: Draw a design using the 5 types of line (Vertical,Horizontal,Diagonal,Zigzag,Curved) and applying the tools of variety of lines (Length,width,weight,texture,style) in a short bondpaper. Make it creative as you can!
  20. 20. EVALUATION:Choose the correct answer. 1. It is a series of diagonal lines joined at ends. They can convey action and excitement, as well as restlessness and anxiety. a. Zigzag lines b. Horizontal lines c. Curved Lines 2. It is defined as a point moving in space, and it’s one of the seven elements of art. a. Line b. Texture c. Form 3. The following are variety of lines except one. a. Length b. style c. diagonal 4. Why are lines is important element in art? Choose the best answer. a. Because it helps people to draw and conceptualized b. because everything begins with just a simple dot. c. Lines in art allow for better composition. The use of line in art allows us to frame, express, and imply texture. This could be through cross-hatching or shading 5. It means the continuous change of width. By varying the weight, one can capture energy, movement and even suggest when one object is in front of the other. a. weight b. style c. width
  21. 21. THANK YOU!

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