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  1. 1. LINE
  2. 2. What is a line? If we think of a point as having no dimensions (neither height nor width), and then we set that point in motion, we create the first dimension: line. So we can define line as a dot in movement.
  3. 3. The line is one-dimensional, it has position and direction in space. Lines can vary in width, direction, and length. Lines often define the edges of a form.
  4. 4. The line is used to define shape, contours, and outlines, also to suggest mass and volume. Darker, heavier lines create emphasis and draw our attention to a certain part of a drawing.
  5. 5. Lines can be combined with other lines to create textures and patterns.This is common in engravings and pen and ink drawings.
  6. 6. Tension lines or implied Lines are those Lines that are not actually drawn but created by a group of objects seen from a distance. The direction an object is pointing to, or the direction a person is looking at.
  7. 7. Expressive qualities of line • Lines can communicate information through their character and direction. • Line also communicates emotion and states of mind.
  8. 8. • Horizontal line suggests a feeling of rest or repose. Objects parallel to the earth are at rest in relation to gravity. Compositions in which horizontal lines dominate tend to be quiet and restful in feeling.
  9. 9. • Vertical lines communicate a feeling of loftiness and spirituality. Erect lines seem to extend upwards beyond human reach, toward the sky. • Extended perpendicular lines suggest overpowering, beyond ordinary human measure.
  10. 10. Diagonal lines suggest a feeling of movement or direction. Since objects in a diagonal position are unstable in relation to gravity, being neither vertical nor horizontal, they are either about to fall, or are already in motion.
  11. 11. Curved lines do vary in meaning, however. Soft, shallow curves suggest comfort, safety, familiarity, relaxation.They recall the curves of the human body, and therefore have a pleasing quality. Deep, acute curves, on the other hand, suggest confusion.
  12. 12. Zigzag lines are lines that are made by combining diagonal lines that change direction. These lines when viewed in a work of art create confusion. They suggest action and excitement.
  13. 13. LINE IN DRAWINGS • When line is the main element of an image, the result is called a drawing. There are two general types of drawings: contour and gesture. • Contour Drawings:When line is used to follow the edges of forms, to describe their outlines, the result is called a contour drawing.This is probably the most common use of line in art.
  14. 14. • Gesture Drawings: In this instance, describing shapes is less important than showing the action or the dynamics of a pose. Line does not stay at the edges but moves freely within forms. Gesture drawings are not drawings of objects so much as drawings of movement, weight and posture.
  15. 15. • LINE IN PAINTINGS Line can be an important element in painting. Because painting basically deals with areas of color, line becomes important to painting when the artist purposely chooses to outline forms
  16. 16. SHADING WITH LINES • HATCHING – It is a way of shading or giving tones to the areas of objects and surfaces with parallels lines. • CROSS-HATCHING - It is a way of shading or giving tones to the areas of objects and surfaces with parallel lines in several directions.

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