ZERO POINT PERSPECTIVE

27 January, 2009
ZERO POINT PERSPECTIVE

Notice all the “length” sides are parallel, all width sides are parallel, and all height sides are parallel.The box in this form is said to be not realistic: it has no point perspectives.

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THREE POINT PERSPECTIVE

17 January, 2009
THREE POINT PERSPECTIVE

Three point perspective is probably the most challenging of all. In three-point perspective every line will eventually converge on one of three points. Three-point perspective is the most dramatic of…

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TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE

17 January, 2009
TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE

TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE One-point perspective works fine if you happen to be looking directly at the front of something or standing in the middle of some railroad tracks, but what…

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ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE

17 January, 2009
ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE

ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE One-point perspective is when all the major lines of an image converge on one point. You can see this effect best illustrated when looking down a set…

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PERSPECTIVE

17 January, 2009
PERSPECTIVE

There are two simple rules about representing depth. Size decreases with distance, meaning objects that are further away from the viewer appear to be smaller. Objects also overlap when one…

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Vanishing Point : perspective term

16 January, 2009
Vanishing Point : perspective term

Vanishing Point Lines that are parallel to one another and level with the ground plane, such asfurrowsin a plowed field, appear to meet at the same point on the horizon…

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Horizon Line : perspective term

16 January, 2009
Horizon Line : perspective term

The horizon is represented by the point at which the sea and sky, or flat land and sky meet. This is the natural and true horizon. Then true horizon line…

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Viewing Point and Angle and Elevation of View : perspective term

16 January, 2009

Every object appears different when viewed from various angles. In order to create a realistic illusion of the subject, we must view it and all other relating objects from the…

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Picture Plane : perspective term

16 January, 2009
Picture Plane : perspective term

The “picture plane” is simply the surface area of the picture. The edges of the picture are the limits, or edges, of the picture plane. In the introduction we discussed…

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Subject : perspective term

16 January, 2009

Subject We all know that the term “subject” refers to the object or scene that we are dealing with in the composition of our drawing or painting. It can be…

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