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Introduction - Ss052650008
Lesson 1. Draw objects in one-point perspective.
Figure 1-1. Perspective nomenclature - Ss052650010
Figure 1-2. One-point perspective
Figure 1-3. Use a plan view to construct a one-point perspective drawing - Ss052650012
Construct a square representing the front face of the cube
Figure - Ss052650014
Learning Event 3: Define Picture Plane, Station Point and Vanishing Point - Ss052650015
Figure 1-5. Position of the station point at right or left of center in parallel perspective drawings - Ss052650016
Practice Exercise - Ss052650017
Answers to Practice Exercise - Ss052650018
Lesson 2. Draw objects in two-point perspective.
Figure 2-1. Cube construction - Ss052650020
Figure 2-2. Two-point or angular perspective - Ss052650021
Figure 2-3. Locating vanishing points for two-point perspective drawn from the plan view - Ss052650022
Figure 2-4. Two-point perspective drawing made without using an elevation of the object - Ss052650023
The height of the other verticals can be found automatically.
Learning Event 2: Define Objects At, Above, and Below Eye Level - Ss052650025
Figure 2-6. A. Object placed too high above eye level B. Object placed too low below eye level
Figure 2-7. Finding the vanishing points for incline lines - Ss052650027
Circles seen in perspective appear as ellipses.
Figure 2-9. Drawing the circle in perspective - Ss052650029
Figure 2-10. Circular cylinder in perspective - Ss052650030
Figure 2-11. Perspective circles when in relation to cylinders
Learning Event 3: Identify Measurements In Two-point Perspective - Ss052650032
Learning Event 4: Identify the Use of Diagonals - Ss052650033
Figure 2-15. Finding the outside dimensions of a bookcase in perspective.
Practice Exercise - Ss052650035
Answers to Practice Exercise - Ss052650036
Lesson 3. Darw objects in three-point perspective.
Figure 3-1. Three-point perspective - Ss052650038
Figure 3-2. Division - Ss052650039
Figure 3-3. Division of a rectangular area - Ss052650040
Figure 3-4. Vertical division - Ss052650041
Figure 3-5. Mechanical tool and freehand layout methods - Ss052650042
The center of the circle shifts from the center of the square when the circle is in perspective.
Learning Event 2: Identify Compound Forms - Ss052650044
Figure 3-6. Plan and elevation views - Ss052650045
Practice Exercise - Ss052650046
Answers to Practice Exercise - Ss052650047
Draw Objects in Perspective
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