An artist must cultivate the ability of abstraction; turn shapes, volumes, lines, forms and spaces, into what he/she considers to be a personal representation of the world. The ultimate perfection is the total command of an art technique, in such a way that everything the artist imagine could be transcribed from his mind to the material world. To achieve greatness, the artist must do sacrifices: training, practice, work, observation, experimentation.
This all sounds difficult and almost impossible to reach, and it may even be it can be true; few people can be considered true masters. Nevertheless, there are so many talented people who create wonderful pieces of art, but still they are not quite considered as true masters. They are still in the process of skills development. It is not a secret that practicing is what makes good artists into masters.
Advanced, good or not-so-good artist they all share something in common, which is learning how to make composition of their work with simple lines. This is the essence of the work, it determines how well the piece of art could become. Underestimate the usefulness of the line could diminish quality. To start learning the process of creation one must become expert in the use of line in composition. Lines are the backbone of a piece of art, therefore they convey confer the support of everything. Let us not underrate the true power of the line.