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Line

Line

Author: Nancy Esslinger
Description:

In this lesson, you will learn about the Line element and how it is used in the visual design process.

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Tutorial
TERMS TO KNOW
  • Line

    Line is a dynamic form defined by its length and direction.

  • Direction

    Direction is the specific movement towards a point or destination.

  • Movement

    Movement is line action.

  • Line Weight

    Line weight is the line's thickness.

  • Implied Line

    Implied line is an invisible line created by the shape and/or forms relationship to space.

  • Dynamic

    Dynamic is energy with an effective action.