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Title: Perspective Drawing


1
Perspective Drawing
  • Uses line to show depth, form, and deep space
  • Uses vanishing points on a horizon line in city
    and landscapes
  • Vertical lines, horizontal lines, and diagonal
    lines

2
What is perspective?
  • Perspective is Where your eyes are looking from

3
Renaissance
  • Re-birth of Arts and Science
  • Real looking art (like a photograph)
  • Disguised brush stroke and marks
  • One Point Perspective
  • Vanishing point
  • Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal lines
  • The Last Supper (DaVinci)

4
The Last Supper
5
Look at the implied diagonal lines.
6
Heres some more Renaissance Art.
7
Two point example
8
One Point Example
9
One Point Perspective
  • Start with a horizon line and vanishing point.
  • Then draw a shape (square) above the horizon line
  • Horizon line is Eye level.

10
One Point Perspective
  • Then draw lines with your ruler, from the corners
    of your square to the vanishing point.
  • Go all the way to the V.P.

11
One point perspective
  • In the space between the top two diagonal lines,
    draw a Vertical line
  • Vertical means straight up and down.
  • This creates a corner for the next step.

12
One point perspective
  • From that new corner, make a horizontal line
    between the bottom two diagonal lines.
  • This will create the bottom of the Form.

Above eye level.
13
One point REVIEW
  • Horizon line
  • Vanishing point
  • A single shape
  • Lines from the corners.
  • A vertical line
  • A horizontal line
  • And the you have a 3/D FORM

14
One Point Review
Now copy these other three.
15
Two Point Perspective
  • Start with a single line
  • Draw lines to both V.P.s from the top and bottom
  • Two vertical lines
  • A line to the V.P. from each new corner.
  • And you have a 3/D Form from a different
    perspective (Turned)

16
Two point Perspective
  • Two vanishing points on the horizon line.
  • Start your form with a single vertical line.

17
Two Point Perspective
  • Draw a line to each vanishing point from the top
    and bottom of that Vertical line.
  • These lines are the top and bottom of the Form
    youre creating.

18
Two Point Perspective
  • Now draw a vertical line between the top and
    bottom diagonal lines (on the right).

19
Two Point Perspective
  • Draw another vertical line on the other side,
    between the lines leading to point A.
  • These lines represent where your form ends.

20
Two Point Perspective
21
Above Eye Level
  • Draw a vertical line on the left and above the
    horizon line (eye level)
  • This will be the corner of your form.

22
Above Eye Level
  • Again, draw a line to each vanishing point from
    the top and bottom of this vertical line.
  • These are the top and bottom corners of your
    form.

23
Above Eye Level
  • Draw two vertical lines (one on each side of the
    first vertical line).
  • Between the top and bottom diagonal lines.

24
Above Eye Level
  • Two more diagonal lines are needed.
  • Draw the first from the new corner on the right
    to the A vanishing point.

25
Above Eye Level
  • Draw the other diagonal line from the corner on
    the left to vanishing point B.
  • They cross at the rear corner of your form
    (completing the bottom side)

26
Below Eye Level
27
Two Point Review
  • Horizon line and two vanishing points
  • One vertical line
  • Diagonal lines to vanishing points
  • Two vertical lines for the ends
  • (If needed) Two more diagonal lines to the
    vanishing points for the bottom of your form.

28
Remember this?
29
Which Tree is Larger?
30
One Point Perspective
The closer things get to the vanishing point, the
smaller and farther away they look.
31
One Point Renaissance
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