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Practical Drawing SeriesPerspective (Part 2)

By Nick Ustinov Learn how to give perspective to the objects you draw, and learn the theories behind perspectives and why they're necessary. A horizontal plane supporting nature, the drawing and viewer is called the object plane. The ideal object plane could be a floor, since it's always horizontal. wpe5.jpg (14315 bytes) The view point in our case is the artist's eye. On the scheme it's marked as O. If you draw a perpendicular from a view point to an object plane you get a projection of view point (O1) that will be needed for the following drawing. To make your life easier, let's imagine a transparent vertical plane between a viewer and nature that is set at a right angle to the viewing direction. This will be a drawing plane. To figure out what a drawing plane is, imagine that you are looking at a tree from a window and sketching the tree's contour on the glass. The glass in that case would be a drawing plane. Don't forget, that the viewer's position should be such that the view direction is directly perpendicular to the glass.


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