a long, thin mark on the surface of something.

  • A line is the edge or contour of a shape
  • In drawing, a line is a thin, continuous mark made on a surface with a pencil, pen, or brush, as distinguished from shading or colour.
  • In geometry, a line is a geometric element generated by a moving a point and having extension without breadth or thickness.

‘Line objects 1’ by Ben Kafton

Line objects 1 by Ben Kafton Screen printed with white ink on 80# French black speckletone stock paper, 24 x 36 inches / 61 x...

Falling in Line: point-line-hatch

Falling in Line: point-line-hatch RISD Rhode Island School of Design lecture via Skype, November 13, 2017 “ is not free just to invent the lines or...

From doodling to noodling, or how to take a line on a walk

1 DOODLING You begin by letting your pencil/pen go in any direction it wants — but make sure to wind up where you started so that the...

Newsletter: LINE

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26 Types of Drawings… or the many ‘faces’ of a line

1 Analytical drawing Analytical drawing relates to the drawing of lines to represent the three-dimension structure and geometry of a form, proceeding generally from the...