Relationship of dot, line and plane
13. Three-dimensional form
difficulties faced by students in handling three-dimensional forms are
with three-dimensional forms is more complex than working with two-dimensional
forms and is more of a challenge.
- 01 What is form?
& NON-CONTINUOUS FORMS
- 02 Forms
LINEAR (OR OPEN) FORMS - A linear form, for the purpose of visual
analysis, may be said to be one possessing an exaggerated dimension
- that of length. It is considerably longer than its height or width.
In linear forms, space is articulated with a minimum of mass, by a long
thin element. Since the linear form is much smaller than the surrounding
space, its relationship is in a rather delicate balance. Linear forms
often appear skeletal or unfinished - disproportionate to the space
around it. Since it interacts with a great quantity of space, it runs
the risk of being overpowered by the environment that isolates the form.
Linear forms have one exaggerated dimension. Linear forms articulate
the space with a minimum of mass. Since the linear form is much smaller
than the surrounding space, its relationship is often in a rather delicate
balance. The environment overpowers the space within and around the
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