2.1. DEFINITION OF LINE
It can be defined as a point in movement. Every line has two dimensions: width and length. Lines are always longer than wide. Because if we draw a line which is wider than longer it can be considered as a plane.
2.2. TYPES OF LINES
2.2.1. SIMPLE LINES:
2.2.2. COMPOUND LINES:
2.3. THE EXPRESSIVE POWER OF THE LINE
We are going to study the expressive power of the lines and to introduce our lesson we are going to watch a video about a point and two different types of lines: The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics. Norton Juster. The Dot and the Line won the 1965 Academy Award for Animated Short Film.
They transmit a feeling of stability, balance, calm and lack of movement.
They transmit a feeling of stability too.
They create a sensation of dynamism or movement.
We can create a sensation of depth by drawing vertical and horizontal lines decreasing in size.
By crossing lines in different directions we can create a sensation of light and shadow.
Shadows are made by concentrating lines
Lights are made by dispersing lines