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  1. 1. LINE , SHAPE FORM , SPACE & TEXTURE
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES :  After completing this lesson, you will able to : o Define the term line; o Name the different kinds of lines and describe the feelings communicated be each; o Explain the difference between shape and form;  Explain the difference between geometric and organic shapes;  Show the similarities and differences among actual, artificial, and visual textures.
  3. 3. LINES
  4. 4. A line is a mark made by a moving point. There are five main kinds of lines: horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curved, and zigzag. Each type is capable of communicating of a feeling to the viewer. Arts depends heavily on lines. Artists use lines to draw and create pictures. They use lines to control the movement of the viewer’s eyes. When you see a line, your eyes usually follow its movement. Lines
  5. 5. HORIZONTAL LINES
  6. 6. HORIZONTAL LINES Are parallel to the ground. They are lying down. Horizontal lines in art seem to be at rest. They evoke peace and calmness.
  7. 7. VERTICAL LINES
  8. 8. VERTICAL LINES Move straight up and down. In art, vertical lines seem to stand at attention. They show dignity and strength
  9. 9. DIAGONAL LINES
  10. 10. DIAGONAL LINES Seems to be leaning and are somewhere between a vertical and a horizontal line. In art, diagonal lines show action and excitement. Sometimes, they make a viewer feel tense and uncomfortable when they go in various directions.
  11. 11. CURVED LINES
  12. 12. CURVED LINES Seems to change direction. Spirals and circles begin with curves. Wavy lines are a series of curves. Curves lines express movement in a graceful and flowing way.
  13. 13. ZIGZAG LINES
  14. 14. ZIGZAG LINES Are made by combinational diagonal lines that form sharp angles and suddenly change direction. Zigzag lines suggest action and nervous excitement. They can create confusion.
  15. 15. SHAPE
  16. 16. SHAPE Shape is a two-dimensional figure enclosed by a line. Shape are flat. They have only height and width. The two kinds of shapes are geometric and organic. Geometric shapes are precise shapes that look as if they were made with a ruler or other drawing tools. The five basic geometric shapes are: square, circle, triangle, rectangle and oval.
  17. 17. Organic shapes are not regular or ever. Their outlines curve to make free-form shapes. Organic shapes are often found in nature.
  18. 18. FORM Form is an element of art that refers to an object with three dimensions --- height, width, and depth. Like shapes, forms are either geometric or organic. Examples of organic forms are leaves, stones, and shells. Shapes and forms are closely related. One side of a cube is a square. A triangle is a shape. A pyramid is a form.
  19. 19. SPACE Space is an element of art that refers to the distance or area– between, around, above, and below– within objects. All objects occupy space. A space that is empty is called negative space.
  20. 20. TEXTURE Texture is the surface quality of an object. Texture is perceived through two senses – touch and sight. There are three kinds of textures: tactile, artificial and visual. Tactile textures are real textures which you can touch and feel. Artificial textures refers to human-made surfaces quality that is supposed to look and feel like some material. Visual textures are textures evoked by a photograph or picture depicting an object. They call to mind memories of how those objects feel when touched.
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