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What are these?<br />Line is one of the most basic elements in art & design. <br />One can create so many kinds of lines just by drawing. <br />You get many types of lines such as vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curved, zig-zag and jagged lines. They all suggest different things and feelings. <br />Most artists and designers today use lines which represent themselves. <br />
Zig-Zag Lines<br />These are diagonal lines that join at points. They give off a feeling of excitement and movement. The change of direction also creates a feeling of confusion. They can imply many things as they break down or ascend up.<br />
Horizontal Lines<br />These lines run from left to right. Horizontal lines are soft and feminine, thus making one feel at peace. In the landscape above, the lines give you a sense of space. <br />
Vertical Lines<br />These lines give off a sense of masculinity and height. <br />
Thin Lines<br />These fragile, nimbly lines seem easy to break or push over. On the other hand, thin lines give us a feeling of elegance. They are delicate. <br />
Thick Lines<br />Thick lines appear hard to knock over. They give off a feeling of strength and emphasises nearby elements. These lines are bold and sort of makes a statement on its own. <br />
Diagonal Lines<br />Diagonal lines shows movement. Things that stand in a diagonal position look unstable. In the image above, the diagonal lines conveys a feeling of motion.<br />
Contour Lines<br />A single line used to depict the silhouette of a figure or an object.<br />
Irregular Lines<br />These lines may give the viewer a feeling of negativity. <br />
GestureLines<br />These lines are full of energy and are used to depict the movements of a moving figure. <br />
Cross-hatching lines<br />This can be achieved when one creates lines that intersect each other diagonally, vertically or horizontally in order to create shadings. <br />
Short lines<br />Short lines like the ones shown above suggests agitation and hurry.<br />
Circular lines<br />These give off a feeling of perfection and completeness. <br />
Implied lines<br />These lines may not have been drawn in, but they may be easily identified within the composition. <br />