By: Haylee and Haley

Use of Lines for Movement

Lines are used to create "travel" with your eyes across the picture plane. The use of lines can invoke drama, interest, emotion and an array of other things. Artists can use this to their advantage, making you see what they want you to see in a certain order. (''Starry night'' is by Vincent Van Gogh made in 1889.)

Use of Value for Movement

The use of light and dark properties move your eyes along the picture, and give the picture a feeling of realism, which in real life, movement is a large component. (Rhythm in Nature)

Movement in the Real World

Movement is everywhere in the real word, from humans to cars. The human eye is created to detect three main things, color, light and movement. This shows how important movement is to everyday life.