Exercise: Implied lines.

Exercise: Implied lines.

For this first part of the leading line exercise we were asked to analyse 3 of our own images for implied lines. I selected 3 image that were pleasing to my eye in the hope I would discover why they were pleasing. I discovered elements to the image that I hadn’t been consciously aware of. For instance the fanning lead lines in the snail and the swan’s plumage. The strongest sense of implied lines is in the portrait of the potters where the viewers eye is drawn from the female, across to the male and then to the jug.


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