Wednesday, 15 May 2013

03.02 Multiple points

Having two or more points increases the complexity of the image immeasurably over that of a single point because the eye naturally then wants to move between the points, establishing a line. Having several points therefore creates:

Line dynamics - through the factors of relative position, distance, angle, direction, and relationship with the frame.

Implied shapes - if there are three or more points, and the eye is led to flow around the points in sequence to closure.

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