Hello and welcome to today's lesson on line. In today's lesson you are going to learn about the line element and see how it's important in the visual design process. Specifically, this lesson will cover:
So line is a dynamic form defined by its length and direction. You are probably familiar with the line when we write, draw, and, naturally, within design or designing.
Within the definition for line, you have a few other words in there that define characteristics of line, as well. Like dynamic, which is the energy with an effective action. You also have direction, which is the specific movement towards a point or destination.
Line is used in many ways to provide directions, steer you towards various elements and design, and provide a mood energy and sense of movement. You can increase the sense of movement and create more dynamic design by playing with line weight. Which is the thickness.
Line weight can even change common handwriting into kind of a classier or curvier, cursive or calligraphy type look. It also has a huge impact on drawings by varying line weight to provide more variety and appeal for the viewer.
An implied line is an invisible line created by the shape and/or forms relationship to the space.
In real life, all around you, there's no line. Line would have to be three dimensional and at that point it would become a shape or real world object. So around you, you see implied line.
Like when you look out a window or walking down hallways.There is no actual line; It's all implied by the shape, or the color, and different elements in relationship to space that create these boundaries that create.
Well that covers today's lesson on line. This lesson focused on defining line and explained how it can be dynamic and help indicated direction. Then you learned about the different uses for lines and how in the real world you actually see implied lines.
Keep up the learning and have a great day!
Source: SOURCE: THIS WORK IS ADAPTED FROM SOPHIA AUTHOR MARIO E. HERNANDEZ
Line is a dynamic form defined by its length and direction.
Direction is the specific movement towards a point or destination.
Movement is line action.
Line weight is the line's thickness.
Implied line is an invisible line created by the shape and/or forms relationship to space.
Dynamic is energy with an effective action.