Ligne Claire

Ligne Claire

Ligne Claire is a visual style characterized by clear, bold lines, solid colors, and minimal shading. It originated in Belgium in the mid-20th century and gained popularity through the works of artists like Hergé, the creator of Tintin. This style emphasizes simplicity and precision, using uniform line widths and a lack of texture or hatching. The color palette tends to be vibrant and flat, with minimal gradients or shadows. Ligne Claire is known for its clean and graphic aesthetic, creating a sense of clarity and readability in the artwork.

Use this with Midjourney or Dall•E

SOMETHING in the style of Ligne Claire

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