This gallery will show you the essence of lines and how something so simple can become so complex. Not even that, lines can produce all kinds of emotions.
Lines can be used to define an accurate base, such as works of anatomy, as it can be used to define muscle and bone structure.
These lines produce as lyrical feel of smoothness and rhythm, as if the music of the Samisen is what gives life to the lines of this work.
Even in Egyptian art, there were ways that these artists of the past used tools to form lines in way to project the images seen on this vase.
Pencil sketching has always been one of the foundations of lines aside from inking. From hatching to crosshatching, architectural scenes can come to life with lines, even with the usage of perspective.
Sketching Paper contributes to a lot of usage in line development, as you can work in lines sheet by sheet of the same figure.
Even the foundation of watercolored works such as this are usually started if with line structure as a starting point for a magnificent piece.
Lines such as this show beauty and elegance alongside the color choice.
Sometimes jagged lines can give a sense of anxiety and discomfort, depending on the rest of the medium.
Abstract pieces can show of lines in such ways that perhaps you may get an emotional understanding of it.
Lines contribute in the structure of how thing work or look, such as this ship and the inside of it.
This is an example of the line technique called crosshatching. It involves lots of crossings of the line to visually produce a work through line art.
With enough line measurement, one can even create maps! Cartography uses lots of line structure to create accurate pieces.
A masterpiece such as this was done with line art. It uses various line art techniques to establish such work.
Even this masterpiece of a Japanese landscape uses such fine line work.
With this, I will leave off with an excellent display of line art with excellent and accurate line techniques.
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