Fundamentals of Graphic Design
The Principles of Design:
Taken by itself, a single line gives a minimum of information,
arranged in a crafty design, the illusion of depth can be created.
A simple definition:
A line is a mark made by a tool as it is drawn across a surface.
The tool can be almost anything – a pencil, a pointed brush
or a computer and a mouse.
- Lines can almost be
cut into a hard surface and this is called engraving.
- A line can also be
called an open path.
There are three categories