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Design elements - Line
About line Design elements - Line Line can show: length direction a flowing sequence of smaller elements. Lines are usually made by strokes or marks, or by the edge of shapes or forms.
Varieties of line Design elements - Line Lines can be: thick thin flowing jagged spiral vertical horizontal diagonal curved solid dashed.
Line can serve many design needs Design elements - Line Line can be used to represent: objects people places ideas in descriptive or symbolic ways.
Design elements - Line Line can be used to describe the appearance of an object, for example, a floor plan or an evening gown.
Design elements - Line Line can be used to represent symbols.
Line can communicate Design elements - Line Line can suggest: emotions feelings ideas.
Design elements - Line Horizontal lines can suggest peace, rest and calm.
Design elements - Line Vertical lines can suggest alertness, strength and formality.
Design elements - Line Diagonal lines can suggest energy and action.
Design elements - Line Curved lines can be associated with nature and flowing movement.
Design elements - Line Straight lines can be associated with structured environments and ordered and controlled movement.
Line can appeal to our senses Design elements - Line Line can create pleasing visual effects or patterns. Line can provide structure in a design.
Line can be functional Design elements - Line Line can create the illusion of movement, flow or direction.
Design elements - Line Letters are formed by lines.
Design elements - Line Line can define areas.
Design elements - Line Line can unite or divide areas.
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