Jaskomal 6a- Line Art Examples

There are a lot of lines in this picture. There are some lines that make the shape of the objects, and a lot of other lines that add almost a texture to the painting. Most lines in this picture are curved, some are straight. The lines in this picture are bring everything to life, as if everything is almost real.  The lines are very simple, but on the bug, get more complicated.
In this picture, there are a lot of little lines. All of these little lines make up the beautiful picture. Most of the lines are curves/squiggly but the bridge's supports and some other lines are straight. The lines in this picture are very interesting, they make the picture very fun to look at. The lines make the picture look more realistic.
This painting has a lot of lines on the mountain. There is the sun , which is one curved line that pretty much connects at the ends. On the mountain none of the lines are straight. In fact, pretty much none of these lines are straight! The mountain has the most lines in the entire picture. The mist/fog can also count as curved lines- on the outsides the lines are curved.
The use of lines in this painting is very simple. Most of the lines are very brightly coloured. Most lines are curved, though some of them are curved. The lines add some life to the picture, making it look like what it does. These lines don't look like they were taken a long time to draw, you can see that the artist hand drew/painted them.
Pretty much all of the lines in this paintings are curved/squiggly. The clouds are the exception. They look almost straight, yet, at the same time, not straight. The lines on the hill give it dimension and make it look real, rather than making one big blob as a hill, this added a kind of texture to it. In the water, the painter used very small strokes to replicate the ripples of the water. The mountains/hills in the background are also somewhat layered, making them look more realistic.
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