Drawn Lines

April 13, 2018

L - Links art together.

Line are drawn with pencils, ball point pens, felt markers, ink and pen or brush, in chalk, charcoal, crayons, conte crayons, with oil paints, acrylic, and watercolor. A thick large brush full of paint is used a drawn line and build a shape to fill in a shape on a canvas. The brush goes back and forth  or up and down in lines.

Each medium has its own rules, laws, languages, for lines being used, the laboratory of the artist, who is either learning or drawing for leisure. LIBERTY! The artist uses line in a lavish or learn style to lurk a looker and lock into their art. Luring a spectator is and encouraged connection. Line is the element that starts deliberate literal lust as a character in a novel. Line is a character in art, or visual story on paper: LINKING.


Lines are different.
Lines build.
Lines lay side to side.
Lines can be blocked together.
Lines can overlapped.
Space lies between lines.
Lines lie between other lines.
Lines can lie over other lines.
Textures are massed lines.
Lines have color.
Lines show value.
Lines define shapes.
Lines define perspective. 
Bobbie Kinkead


ASSIGNMENT: Look again and again at lines in you environment and noticed how our vision uses these in our drawings. Compare our inside environments with outside in nature. Does nature have straight lines? Or, do we make straight lines?

2 comments:

J Lenni Dorner said...

Nature has a few straight lines. It has math and perfection. Even that which looks like an imperfection tells a story. I love those lines.

Excellent post.

Bobbie Kinekead said...

Thank-you, J Lenni, YES, math and perfection. Stories are everywhere one of the ways our minds group visions. Drawing, and so art, is a story in one frame or many frames as a series telling the story if only show what the artist sees.