Line:

A mark made by a tool as it is drawn across a surface.

The tool can be almost anything – a pencil, a pointed brush, a computer and mouse, even a cotton swab.

Also, a line is defined as a moving dot or point, or can be called an open path

Line can describe shape, so we can recognize objects.

Implied Line:

A line created by positioning a series of points so that your eye automatically connects them.

Psychic Line:

No real line, there is a mental connection between two elements.

Direction

Horizontal Line: implies quiet and repose, tranquility.

Direction

Vertical Line:

has potential for activity or movement, also represents strength and

nobility

Direction

Diagonal Line:

suggests motion

Contour Line:

A line that follows edges of forms, to describe outlines.

Gesture Line:

A line that shows action or dynamics

of a pose.

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