Principles of Design
The Illusion of Movement
The image to the right uses illusion and curved lines to create a sense of movement.
Movement in this image is created by using action, diagonals, and lines.
Repetition, texture, and lines are used to create movement in this image.
Movement is created using action, texture, and lines in this image.
Controlling the Viewer's Eye
In the image to the left, the artist used texture and has positioned the lily pads around the flower so that the flower is what the viewer focuses on.
This image uses different elements to move our eyes from the head to the book, and back to the head.
This sculpture shows movement using diagonals, an exaggerated stride, and the sense of a strong wind.
This image uses curved and diagonal lines to express movement.
Emotion and Movement
The image to the left uses texture and curved lines to convey movement and emotion.