Gallery of Lines: Angelika Goscinski

This would be an example of texture because there is different usage of paint to represent rough surfaces and soft surfaces. Each section of the drawing is represented with different lines showing the importance.If the painter drew the lines darker, it shows that it's important because they are trying to emphasize that part of the photo. The texture attracts a person's eye because there is also wave lines drawn to show the wind. I chose this drawing because the texture was a mixture of rough and soft which shows the importance of one area.
This is an example of actual lines because the artist actually drew the lines and wanted to represent a dark room. The room has some lighting in it which represents that it might be some kind of a open house so people can view things. The lines are drawn in every direction meaning it has a lot of viewpoints. I chose this photo because the darkness and the lighting made me interested and that's why I chose the drawing with these lines.
This would be an example of a focused drawing because the rabbit only attracts a person's eye to one place which is on the rabbit. There is nothing drawn that the rabbit is doing, for example walking or hoping, it's staying in one place. A person's focus is only on the rabbit and nothing else.I chose this drawing because the rabbit caught my eye and I wasn't looking all over the place to see what's happening in the drawing.
This would be curved lines because if you notice, the drawing is drawn that the roof of the building is curved as a circle roof. The objects around the building make it seem like they are going around to because the whole photo was made to catch a person's eye on the fact that it has to be a curved and not straight image. I chose this artwork because the color used and the circular motion in the drawing interested me.
This would be an example of diagonal lines because if you notice what the artist drew as the foundation to built the tent or building up. There are lines going from one end across to the other to make the whole object stand up and not fall.That's what buildings look like if they are stable. Even the roof has diagonal lines going from the top to the bottom to the floor. It's making kind of a triangle. I chose this drawing because the roof was shaped as a triangle which is kind of rare to find.
This would be an example of implied lines because those lines drawn are more like shapes than lines because if you look at the drawing in the structure section, there are big blocks of white and the outlines are lines. There are also smaller lines making a shape on the structure. I chose this photo because the implied lines go everywhere to hold the structure up in one place.
This picture shows vertical lines because it's a structure that's tall and is going up. The outside of the structure has no other kinds of lines, but vertical because the structure is going up. Inside the structure there are vertical lines too, to hold the structure up. The tree trunk is vertical too because it's going up and it's in the background. I chose this photo because it caught my attention that the lines drawn are all vertical even in the sky if you look at it in a different perspective.
This would be concentration because there is a lot of things behind the object's but there is one area that the picture is trying to focus on which is the middle where the artifact lies. It's interesting because the lights are focusing the drawing in certain areas to show the importance of the artifacts probably located in a museum. I chose this picture because I wanted to find out what the whole drawing was showing.
This would be horizontal lines because they are all going from left to right or right to left. It might be a frustrated photo because you don't know the point of the photo. There is no one area to focus on, the drawing is everywhere. I chose this picture because it's a perfect example of horizontal lines going from one area to the next representing maybe anger.
This would be thick lines because the actual drawing in the photo are white and the background is dark. It might be representing that the drawing is actually important and is trying to show a specific part of the photo. Thick lines show importance and that's what the artist used to show the importance of the photo. I chose this photo because it's a perfect example of thick lines and it was an olden day photo because it's drawn on an old paper.
This would be actual lines because the artist had to draw lines that are actually visible to draw the person's face and other characteristics. The artist drew the lines to show all the physical features of a human in a structure. The eyes were represented in lines all the accessories drawn were in lines. I chose this photo because it shows all the different lines drawn to form a physical structure of a person.
This would be sparse lines because the lines are shown everywhere. The whole drawing is filled with lines connecting in different areas. This distracts a person from the point of view in the drawing.I chose this photo because there is a mixture of thin and thick lines and they are drawn in the whole area provided to draw on. There is not one subject in the photo.
This is an example of thin lines because the artist drew thin lines in different places and some darker lines to show the difference in the importance of the painting. The lines that are softer and thinner show that this place is not as important. This photo is also in black and white which makes it easier to see the difference in the thickness of the lines. I chose this picture because it shows a good example of thin lines because it shows a difference between thin and thick lines.
This is an example of contour lines because it has a big image but the artist sketched the lines that made the photo stand out. This photo is meant to draw probably an important person or a famous person. This is an interesting photo that has a lot of meaning in it. I chose this drawing because it had a big perspective and it showed how the artist took his time in drawing this drawing.
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