Ch 7 -Line (ART 1120 Design)
|Actual line|| |
lines that are continuous and physically present in a design
To create shading or the illusion of 3D with two or more sets of intersecting parallel lines.
|Implied Line|| |
A line that is completed by the viewer; a discontinuous line that the viewer perceives as being continuous; a line suggested by series of points or dots
|Vertical lines in artworks imply what feel or emotion?|| |
assertiveness, strength, power, and stability
|Diagonal lines in artworks imply what quality?|| |
|Horizontal lines in artworks imply what feel or emotion?|| |
Quiet, stillness, repose
|Psychic line|| |
created when there is no real line, but the placement of the objects
causes the viewer to look in a certain direction.
|Contour line|| |
line used to define the outside of the form.
|Gesture line|| |
lines drawn to show an expressive movement or pose, describing the action is more important than accurate drawing
|Stipple drawing|| |
The creation of shading (grays) by placing dots on a page. More dots creates darker gray and less dots create lighter gray
|Lost and found contour|| |
A description of a form in which an object is revealed by distinct contours in some areas while other edges simply vanish or dissolve into the ground.
|Cross Contour|| |
Lines that appear to wrap around a form thus making it appear to have volume.