The three lessons on perspective drawing are designed to teach you the
methods of drawing in perspective.
The world we live in is three-dimensional.
Every object, regardless of
size, has length, width, and depth.
All forms exist in three dimensions.
To do a drawing which looks real, you must show the differences between how
forms look when they are near and how they look when they are far away. The
place where forms exist is called "space." The artistic study of space is
Your ability to draw in perspective can make the difference between work
that presents a subject that seems real and a poor representation.
today's Army, your drawings are required in presenting plans, ideas,
battlefield representations, and proposals to the commander. Your drawings
could help or hinder his decisions.
After you have completed this subcourse,
illustrations using correct perspective.
This subcourse consists of three lessons which are
all related to the
following terminal learning objectives:
Performance-Oriented (Multiple-Choice) Terminal Learning Objective:
Describe perspective and the components of one-, two-, and
Given the lesson 1, 2, and 3 materials, pencil, and paper;
and without supervision.
Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledges by
correctly responding to 70 percent of the multiple-choice
test covering the drawing of objects in perspective.