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Practical Drawing SeriesPerspective

By Nick Ustinov This part of the series may seem at first complex to comprehend, but if you print out a main scheme, take it in stride, and be patient, it's all quite understandable. In the previous lesson we learned how to draw straight lines, curves and simple geometrical objects. If you have practiced enough, this could be your next serious step in practical drawing. What we have actually learned are techniques for drawing flat and simple objects that are aligned frontally to a viewer. However, with that kind of alignment, appearance of the objects is not always correct and may give an incorrect presentation, since we only see them in 2 dimensions. To get clear 3D presentation of an object's forms you should have a very specific point of view so you can see the real volume of an object in all three dimensions. By only seeing one rectangular side of the cube, you can't say anything about its real form. Rectangles can be a side of a cube or the basement of a pyramid or prism. A view of three sides gives a clearer presentation.


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