Elementary parallelism: a formal decomposition, linear elements following eachother like parallels and distorting the object. The object is completely stretched out, as if elastic. The lines follow eachother in parallels, while changing subtly to form movement, or the form of the object in question.
Elementary parallelism: repetition of a line equivalent to an elemental line (in the sense of similar at any point) in order to generate the surface. Same parallelism when passing from plane to volume, sort of parallel multiplication of the n-d continuum to form the n+1 continuum. (close to hintons method of generating a hypercube by moving a cube through space in a new forth dimension/direction.