For the most part the fluidity of my line was my number one goal when creating this piece. I did, however, go against my line to draw the handles for some of the cabinets, but besides that I tried to keep one fluid line. This is evident in the shading I did for the walls and screens for the computer. This was an entire line just done in circles until I managed to shade the whole area. A way my knowledge and studies of contour drawings helped me with my line. Originally my lines were very crooked and you could see the spots were I was stopping and going. Practicing with contour drawings helped me learn how to keep going without stopping abruptly. The difference between a contour drawing and an outline is that contour drawing capture in line detail. Contour drawings will draw the inner details of an object as well as the outer edges. The interpretation of line is essential to catching the onlookers eye. The line takes the them through the drawing piece by piece. I tried to achieve this when creating this. In creating this piece I learned how important it is to draw the detail and scale of your subject. While I did learn this I do wish I didn't stop to create certain parts of the drawing and if I could go back that would be the one thing I would change.