are works of art that have actual motors or are powered by solar or wind
power. However, most works of art are static (they donít move), Illusionistically,
they attempt to capture the moment, an elapse of time or bodies in motion.
Depending on the narrative, artists must apply some of these devices.
must contract, expand, twist or turn appropriate to the action being
portrayed. The positioning of the head, arms, and legs must also reinforce
the artistís intention.
and Folds in Clothing: the linear pattern of creases must reflect the movements of the arms
and legs underneath. Clothing alternately becomes tightened or loosened. The
more creases or tension lines, the more movement is suggested.