Q: What functions do lines in two dimensional art have?

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Sculpture is the main form of art that is not considered two dimensional.

art that is flat

Two dimensional (2D) art could be a painting, or flat image. Three dimensional (3D) art could be a statue, or embossed (raised) image.

Parallel lines are two 1-dimensional objects that do not meet. Parallel planes are two 2-dimensional objects that do not meet.

Never! Coplanar means that the two lines lie in the same two-dimensional plane. The only way that two lines do not intersect in two-dimensional space is if they are parallel. And by definition, skew lines are not allowed to be parallel, either.So essentially there is no such thing as skew lines that only occupy two dimensions. Skew lines must be in three dimensions or higher in order to (1) not intersect and (2) not be parallel with each other.

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Lines are one-dimensional objects but they can be in 2-dimensional - or even 20-dimensional) space.

Two types of art are two dimensional and three dimensional.

Sculpture is the main form of art that is not considered two dimensional.

art that is flat

Three-dimensional art means sculpture. Painting is two-dimensional.

two major functions of art are : Me and YOu.

Two dimensional media is divided into two distinct categories. What is the different between the two?

Art that is flat or not 3-D

Two dimensional (2D) art could be a painting, or flat image. Three dimensional (3D) art could be a statue, or embossed (raised) image.

The term "statue" is used for three-dimensional works of art. Of course, two-dimensional works of art exist, but they are not usually called "statues".

Paintings and drawings.

Lines! Yes, they are one-dimensional. Points are zero dimensional, planes are two-dimensional, and prisms and such are three dimensional.