Elements of Art

Elements of Art

Elements of Art LINE What defines a LINE? A line connects two points and can go on forever. It is made by a pointed tool such as

a pen, crayon, marker, paint brush, etc. It can create shapes, texture, and variety in art depending on how it is used. It can also create a sense of depth depending on how thick or thin you make them. What is the difference between real and implied lines? Real

lines are the ones that we draw and the ones that are the most known. Implied lines are created through the sense of the line being there. Ex: color, value, dotted REAL IMPLIED

How can a simple line create a sense of depth? LINES have different thicknesses that artists call their weight. Thick lines are heavy and thin line are light. -Heavily Weighted Lines = objects coming forward. -Lightly Weighted Lines = object receding (going back).

Here the peacocks body has a heavily weighted line (drawn darker) and the feathers are drawn lighter so they seem to recede. Assignment: 1.

2. Measuring worksheet Draw the mug from observation paying attention to: the perspective of the handle the perspective of the ellipse

Use of weighted lines to give a sense of depth PROPORTION!!!!! Assignment: 1.

Draw the following from observation paying attention to details and proportion: Blind contour line drawing -hand Hand Cup Fruit Object of choice Emotional lines? Whats that!

All lines have a sense of emotion or convey a feeling: Emotional Line Design Vertical Spiral Horizontal Parallel Diagonal

ZigZag Vertical Lines Create a sense of growth or height

In fashion vertical lines create a long and lean silhouette Horizontal Lines Create a sense of relaxation

Stagnant to the eye and sometimes boring Diagonal Lines Create a sense of Tension with the

edges of the paper Exciting!! Spiral Lines Create a sense of infinity/never

ending movement Feminine and graceful s-curves Parallel Lines Create a sense of excitement

Fast moving eye Zig-Zag Lines Create a sense of chaos

Fast moving eye Emotional Line Design What kind of lines are being used? Diagonal: creates a sense of tension and excitement

Spiral: infinity creates a sense of Emotional Line Design What kind of lines are being used? Vertical:

creates a sense of sturdiness and strength Horizontal: creates a sense of rest/relaxation Parallel: creates a sense if speed

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