Category Archives: Point, Line, Plane

Point, Line, Plane: Eilish Rising

Points, lines, and planes, can be very hard to determine in a digital design setting, especially when you are using them all together.  Certain visual elements in an image or design can be seen as a point to one person, … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Kelly-anne Cubley

Point, line and plane are concepts that people can use to help describe what they see each day. With these concepts, as well as scale and volume, we can give meaning to what we see. Points in design are different … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Clara Mui

After reading the chapter Point, Line, Plane, I realized they often appear together and we can see different aspects depending on our focus. In the photo we can see the rhinestones individually but we automatically focus out and would be … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

I think that the interesting aspect of looking at the relationship between point, line, and planes, is the scale aspect of each aspect. When looking at a point, it seems as though it can be relatively any size, but most … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane – Sean Mirts

Point, line and plane, can all be found everywhere in daily life. From the moment we wake up to the time we go to sleep, these elements of design are everywhere; they are in just about everything we use or … Continue reading

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Point, Line, and Plane – Abby Martinez

When I think of point, line, and plane there are 2 artists that I automatically think of: Mondrian and Kandinsky. I am going to use Mondrian’s work, “Broadway Boogie Woogie” as an example of point.  This piece is part of … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Matt Behnen

Everything in the world is made up of points, lines, and planes. These compositional elements are the building blocks of every image and design choice. We design things with specific points to draw our eyes towards those focal points. This … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Claire Martin

Every image, whether it be a photograph or digital creation, contains some sort of point, line, or plane. However, it’s the way in which these concepts are used that classifies the compositional elements. In the first image, many little points in … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Hunter Kozol

The visual world we observe every day is made up of, primarily, points, lines, and planes. These are the base components of design. Any combination of these elements can result in typography, blueprints, patterns, diagrams, etc. This red plastic cup … Continue reading

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Point, Line and Plane -Callie McCluskey

I thought this image was interesting to use for this assignment because it incorporates a bit of each point, line, and plane. The image is a bunch of boxes stacked on each other, with the shelf making a clear horizontal … Continue reading

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