Different kinds of lines

Outputs:

Vertical Line

Horizontal Line

Diagonal Line

Concave Line

Convex Line

Broken Line

Zigzag Line

Spiral

S-Line



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6 comments:

Divine Grace said...

I learned that without LINES you cannot create SHAPES! FIGURES!

--->because line is the most important element of design

tyrone15 said...

i learned that every art drawing have a different line and also give beauty in art

Bryll Van O. S. said...

horizontal how to learn you draw your drawing
and vertical is emportant of your drawing and
emportant to your project and your design

kimberly cabigon said...

i learn about lines because line is an art emphasizes form and outline, over color, shading, and texture..

KRISOL JANE M. VASQUEZ said...

for me lines are very important because when i was still kinder the first thing that our teacher discussed is the different kinds of lines we started in the straight line, vertical line, and horizontal line and that the reason why i know how to write,draw,and etc..

ricamaekate24_ybanez said...

lines are important because without lines you cannot draw anything

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