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One Point Perspective

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Gina Garza

on 30 July 2013

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Transcript of One Point Perspective


One-Point Perspective
One-Point Perspective
Components of One-Point Perspective

The simplest method of perspective drawing which uses a single
vanishing point
,
horizon line
and vanishing
lines
.
WHEN PRISMS COME TOGETHER.....
Vanishing Point
Horizon Line
Vanishing
Point
Horizon Line
Vanishing
Lines
The point in linear perspective
at which all imaginary lines
of perspective converge
Is where the sky meets the earth.
The horizon line will always
be at
eye level
.
Vanishing Lines
Orthogonal lines always
appear to meet at a vanishing
point on the eye level
Rectangular Prism

Super Cool Examples of One-Point Perspective
Ancient Painting
Perugino, Pietro
Giving of the Keys to St. Peter, 1481–82
CUBE
RECTANGULAR
PRISM
One Point Perspective in Our Everyday World
Underground Tunnel or Subway
Bridge
Hallway

VIDEO GAMES
Is this this drawing three-dimensional?
Three-Dimensional: giving the illusion of depth
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