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  1. Perspective Drawing One Point Perspective and Two-Point Perspective

  2. 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

  3. 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.

  4. 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

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. One Point Linear Perspective Vanishing Point Eye Level & Horizon Converging Lines Size and Space Variation

  8. Perspective • Can you locate the Horizon Line? • How did you determine this? • Can you find the vanishing point in this picture?

  9. Perspective The red line is the Horizon Line.

  10. Perspective Can you locate the vanishing point?

  11. One Point Perspective

  12. One Point Perspective Horizon Line Perspective Lines

  13. One Point Perspective Shapes!

  14. Letters in Perspective • Miss Fawcett

  15. 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

  16. Two Point Perspective

  17. 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".

  18. Perspective Lines leading to the vanishing points are called orthogonal.

  19. Perspective In two-point perspective the front edge of the form is seen as the closest point.

  20. Perspective Draw a horizon line towards the top of your paper.

  21. Perspective Draw two vanishing points on the horizon line near the page edges.

  22. 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.

  23. Perspective Now connect the both ends of the front edge to both vanishing points. These are orthogonal. Draw lightly so you can erase!

  24. Perspective Draw two vertical lines between the orthogonal where you want the back edges of your form to appear.

  25. Perspective Now join the back and top corners to the opposite vanishing point to complete the top of the form.

  26. Perspective Erase the extra orthogonal. Now you have a form drawn in two-point perspective!

  27. Perspective

  28. 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.

  29. Two Point Perspective

  30. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level. Example of what you will create.

  31. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.

  32. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.

  33. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.

  34. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.

  35. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.

  36. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.

  37. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.

  38. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.

  39. Two point perspective box (1) above, (2) on, and (3) below eye level.