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## Perspective Drawing

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**Perspective Drawing**One Point Perspective and Two-Point Perspective**Perspective: the science of painting and drawing so that**objects represented have apparent depth and distance…The Merriam-Webster Dictionary Robert Yarber Beyond Harm 1987, acrylic on canvas**Perspective**• Vanishing Point • The single point on the horizon where all the lines on the ground level seem to come together • Horizon Line • The place where the land and the sky meet. • Orthogonal Line • Lines that connect to the vanishing point • Vantage Point • A broad overall view of a place.**The Eye Level is the horizontal level in line with your eyes**when you’re looking straight ahead. Eye Level La Montaque Sainte-Victoire, 1898-1900 Paul Cezanne**Normal Eye Level**Lower Eye Level Higher Eye Level The Eye Level in the picture tells the viewer the vantage point of the artist when they painted the picture.**Perspective**• Linear Perspective: • Based on the way the human eye sees the world. • Objects that are closer appear larger, more distant objects appear smaller. • To create the illusion of space the artists creates a vanishing point on the horizon line. • Objects are drawn using orthogonal lines, which lead to the vanishing points.**One Point Linear Perspective**Vanishing Point Eye Level & Horizon Converging Lines Size and Space Variation**Perspective**• Can you locate the Horizon Line? • How did you determine this? • Can you find the vanishing point in this picture?**Perspective**The red line is the Horizon Line.**Perspective**Can you locate the vanishing point?**One Point Perspective**Horizon Line Perspective Lines**Letters in Perspective**• Miss Fawcett**Your Assignment**Create a Composition (Pleasing arrangement of all Elements of art and Design.) Using Perspective Shapes. 5 Points You may use letters but they must be creatively designed. Have a clear Horizon Line and Vanishing point 6 Points Be Creative- Make it Interesting and Unique 10 Points Hard work and Effort 10 Points**Perspective**Objects seen at an angle would be drawn with two-point perspective using two vanishing points. Artwork with two-point perspective often has vanishing points "off the page".**Perspective**Lines leading to the vanishing points are called orthogonal.**Perspective**In two-point perspective the front edge of the form is seen as the closest point.**Perspective**Draw a horizon line towards the top of your paper.**Perspective**Draw two vanishing points on the horizon line near the page edges.**Perspective**Now draw a vertical line this is your front edge. Draw it in near the bottom middle of the page, so you have plenty of room to add more forms to your building.**Perspective**Now connect the both ends of the front edge to both vanishing points. These are orthogonal. Draw lightly so you can erase!**Perspective**Draw two vertical lines between the orthogonal where you want the back edges of your form to appear.**Perspective**Now join the back and top corners to the opposite vanishing point to complete the top of the form.**Perspective**Erase the extra orthogonal. Now you have a form drawn in two-point perspective!**Perspective**• Your First Assignment: • Create a drawing of boxes in 2-point perspective. • Stack Forms on top of each other • Add Design or Texture to your box forms.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level. Example of what you will create.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.**Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below**eye level.