Structural Lines
This image is an example of structural lines because the lines, as a whole, resemble a "grid" system. In addition the lines are used so the artist can easily distinguish depth
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Outline Lines
This image is an example of outlined lines because the lines only compose the outer edge of the main composition, there is no detail within the piece.
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Contour Lines
This picture is an example of contour lines beccause the image has a fine and detaied lines within the interior of the outline
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Gesture lines
The picture below is an example of gesture lines because it is a composition of quick sketches that portray movement.
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Sketch lines
The picture below represents sketch lines because when sketched out, the image has more depth and detail
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Calligraphy
The picture below is an example of calligraphy because the detailed writing is very fine
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Symmetrical Composition
The picture below is an example of symmetrical composition because the image has two reflected halves. Also the image creates a sense of stability through patterns
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Asymmetrical Composition
The image below is an asymmetrical composition because the there are no equal, reflected halves within the composition. Emits a sense of unbalance or movement.
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Horizontal Lines
The image below is an example of horizontal lines because the composition is made up of lines going right to left. The effect of horizontal lines convey a sense of space; also of peacefullness and mellowness.
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Vertical Lines
The image below serves as an example of vertical lines because the composition is made up of various segments heading upward. The effect that vertical lines give off is a sense of height; at times conveying a sense of a higher power
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Diagonal Lines
The image below is an example of diagonal lines because the lumps of sand create diagonal lines that convey a sense of unstablility, also shows depth by perspective
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Curve Line
The image below is an example of curve lines because of the sinuous lines that, as a while, convey a sense of energy; also the curvey lines have a softening effect
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Sharp Line
The picture below is an example of sharp lines because the image conveys a sense of struggle, violence and choas through various, random lines extending in all direction within the composition
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Repeated Line
The image below is an example of repeated lines because the image conveys a sense of rhythm, essentially creating a pattern that is consistent within the composition. The effect is done by repetition, obviously.
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