■ Movement is reflected by internal forces within the line contributing to a felt sense of advancement or progression.
■ Direction appears in arrangement of shapes and lines that decidedly form visual pathways or an overall orientation.
Direction & Movement 2, Direction by Alignment
■ All lines have direction or orientation. Some lines are bold and demanding; some are quiet and implied. Some lines soothe, some agitate; all assume some kind of force.
■ Alignment provides one of the simplest and most direct means for conveying direction and creating unity in a composition.
■ Overlapping creates a continuous mass of shape. On the other hand, alignment implies a direct link from one independent object to another independent object.
Direction & Movement 3, Affected by Orientation
■ Orientation affects direction and movement.
■ Orientation can be affected by those areas the designer chooses to emphasize.
■ Orientation can support or contradict the overall working format.
Direction & Movement 4, Fracturing & Fragmentation
■ Fractured space can express movement or even shape a story.
■ Fragmented space reflects interruptions and reconnections and expresses movement as well.
Direction & Movement 5, Movement by Gesture
■ Gesture is a movement that expresses an idea or emotion
■ Through gesture, movement can be expressed by the wave of a hand, the bounce of a ball, or the path of line.