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    LINE ELEMENT & PRINCIPLE OF LINE IN COMPOSITION : Use Leading Lines to Create Beautiful Drawings

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    Art Class - Elements of Design: Line

    Art Class - Elements of Design: Line

    The Elements of Design are visual elements and the basic structures used to create any work of art. They are also used to create the Principles of Design.
    Because they are the language of the visual arts, any art, good or bad, has at least one element, if not all of them, at the same time.

    Basic Composition Rules : Lines : Lead by Example

    Basic Composition Rules : Lines

    One of the most important tools in defining a good composition is the concept of leading lines. When we look at a photo our eye is naturally drawn along lines, so we can use these to guide the eye to the main subject. Lines can be literal lines but also more abstract lines.

    Composition: Lines, Simplicity, and The Rule of Thirds

    Composition: Lines, Simplicity, and The Rule of Thirds

    Composition: Lines, Simplicity, and The Rule of Thirds

    Composition Class : Dynamic Lines

    Composition Class : Dynamic Lines

    A simple change in composition can make a huge different in how dynamic a painting is. Take a look at the painting above, then the second version. You'll see that only one element has changed -- the line of the hill.

    Elements of Design : The Line

    Elements of Design : The Line

    When you’re driving you stay on one side of the white line, and you’re allowed to overtake when the white line is dashed. In keeping with the driving analogy, here’s some traffic warning signs, the vast majority of which consist only of lines. We’re used to seeing and obeying lines (or what they represent) every single day.

    Guidelines for Better Photographic Composition: Lines (Applies to Drawings as Well)

    Guidelines for Better Photographic Composition: Lines

    Lines also play an important role in composition. This sculpture has some beautiful lines, but they're obscured by the busy background. Let's simplify this picture by moving our camera viewpoint in close to the base of the sculpture.

    Introduction to Lines as an Element of Design : Lesson 1 - Find Examples of Lines

    Introduction to Lines as an Element of Design : Lesson 1 - Find Examples of Lines

    Lines can be long or short, straight or curved. Lines can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal. They create patterns. Lines in graphic design can be solid, dashed, thick, thin, or of variable width.

    Leading Lines in Landscape Photo Composition

    Leading Lines in Landscape Photo Composition

    Composition and good photography go hand in hand. Anyone can (with practice) perfect the technical skills to take a well exposed photo. It is your flair for composition that will set your photos apart from the crowd.

    Leading Lines – Photography Composition (Applies to Art and Drawings as Well)

    Leading Lines – Photography Composition (Applies to Art and Drawings as Well)

    The use of lines can be used to direct the viewers attention to the subject of your photograph. These lines can be straight, diagonal, wavy, or any other creative variation. Just be aware that they may also lead away from the photography subject.

    Learning Composition: Lines and Curves

    Learning Composition: Lines and Curves

    Lines and curves are both important aspects of composition. They can separate or connect elements, lead the eye into and through a scene, and add a sense of movement and dynamism. Curves can also guide a viewer to a point of interest and lend a sense of grace. Lines leading to a point of interest, diagonal lines, and lines coming from the corners of the frame are especially strong.

    Lines - Definition and Examples of Lines as an Element of Design

    Lines - Definition and Examples of Lines as an Element of Design

    Lines - Definition and Examples of Lines as an Element of Design

    Making Use of Lines – Photography Composition Techniques (Applies to Art and Drawings Too)

    Making Use of Lines – Photography Composition Techniques

    In photography, the use of lines can have significant impact. This article will describe the various forms of lines, how to use lines to compliment your photograph and how lines can form a specific atmosphere or feeling.

    Points, Dots, And Lines: The Elements Of Design

    Points, Dots, And Lines: The Elements Of Design

    When it comes to working with elements in a design we have two basic classes to work with. We have positive forms and negative space. The most basic form we can use is the abstract point or it’s concrete sibling the dot. We can build up points or dots so they become lines which is our second most basic element.

    The Element Of Line - Presentation

    The Element Of Line - Presentation

    The Element Of Line - Presentation

    The Tuesday Composition: Leading Lines, Perspective

    The Tuesday Composition: Leading Lines, Perspective

    Many of the things we said about S-curves apply equally well here, the lines seem to draw the viewer into the image, bottom towards the top.

    Using Lines to Improve Photographic (Applies to Drawings as Well) Composition

    Using Lines to Improve Photographic (Applies to Drawings as Well) Composition

    Photographic composition requires some practice to master, but when someone has reached a point where their personal style is really developing and becoming apparent they can then begin to “play” with the various elements of their photographs.

    How to Teach the Art Elements of Line and Movement to Kids - The presence of movement in an image can change it from just a picture to a work of art. Children are usually quite capable of creating static drawings, but when it comes to creating a sense of motion, they stumble. An easy way to teach students to imbibe their image with movement is to show them how to convey movement through the use of lines. With flowing, well-placed lines, students can create captivating, dynamic images.

     

       

     

     

     

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