What is the line?
It has length, position, and direction, but does not have width or volume.
-The trajectory that the point moved can be called a line, and this is called a positive line, and the proximity of many lines has the effect of being perceived as a plane.
A line has only length and position, but no width or volume. It is the trajectory along which the point is moved and appears at the limit, intersection of the plane.
A line defines or limits a certain shape and divides an area.
-Indicates a sense of movement, speed, direction, etc.
* The formative psychological effect of lines
-Vertical lines give a sense of structural height, dignity and uplift.
-The perpendicular line makes us feel a sense of eternity, infinity, stability, comfort, and peace.
-The oblique line has a movement to fall, giving a sense of movement, instability, and active feeling of change.
-Curves give a feeling of flexibility, complexity, dynamic, lightness and femininity.
* A line is a trajectory where a point is moved, and the point is expanded to become a line. When lines are placed side by side, they are perceived as planes.
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Myungja Anna Koh