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Copy of Copy of One Point Perspective
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Components of One-Point Perspective
The simplest method of perspective drawing which uses:
vanishing point lines (VP lines)
WHEN CUBES COME TOGETHER.....
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
Orthogonal lines always
appear to meet at a vanishing
point on the eye level
Cool Examples of Drawn
Giving of the Keys to St. Peter, 1481–82
Seeing Perspective in Our Everyday World
Walking down a tunnel
Walking down a hallway
Is this this picture three-dimensional?
Three-Dimensional: length, width, and height = volume
3) Perspective- in artwork it refers to the way in making a flat surface look as if it has depth (3 dimensional).
What is perspective?
Perspective is a way to make your drawings more realistic.
At the end of the class you should be able to
- Describe why perspective is used
- Identify the horizon line and vanishing points
and know how to use them.
- Be able to draw simple 3D forms
using one point perspective.
Complete the drawing exercises on your worksheet to develop one point perspective drawing skills.
Follow along with the examples on the board.
Work with students at your table to check your drawings.
Perspective is used by:
Video game designers
to illustrate their ideas
- the line located
at your eye level- where land meets sky.
Eye Level/ View Point
- what we see with our
eyes level to the world
- the point where
converge, located on the
Vanishing Point (VP) lines
- Also called
, always meet at a
What are the advantages of drawing in 2 point perspective?
What do we call the line where the Earth meets the sky in our drawing?
What are the imaginary points called where our drawing disappear over this line?
Two point perspective drawings are used by designers to create 3d drawings that match the way we see things in reality.
We use a horizon line and vanishing points to create the effect of distance on objects.
Landscape: What place will you choose to draw?
Project One: Draw boxes in 1 pt perspective. Color with colored pencils, blending colors and showing value.
Project Two: 1 pt letters. Learn to color with value.
Project Three: Draw a cityscape or a house scape in 1 pt with a garden & a road Then color it to show value.
We are going to learn how to draw the illusion of 3-D on a 2-D surface (your paper).
A version of linear perspective in which there is only one vanishing point in the composition.
2) Perspective drawing was first used during the Renaissance Period.
The Renaissance was a cultural movement that spanned roughly the 14th to the 17th centuries in Europe.
Today many of you see a type of linear perspective used daily in your video games.
Perspective is used to create environments that mimic what you see in real life.
Where is creating perspective used in the real world today?
What professions use perspective drawing/ design?
Architectual Design and Drafting
The History of Perspective in Art
Where is the vanishing point located?
So where is the
4) Quick Review of Geometric Terms
Two dimensions: length and width
Three dimensions: length, width, and height/depth = volume
Where else do you
in real life?
What is this type of image called?
Horizon line vanishing point line
Vanish Point converging lines
horizontal parallel lines
An Element of Art
As objects get further away from the viewer
they will shrink in size.
The Evolution of Mario
no perspective, very flat.
One point perspective
Mario Cart- creates a 3 dimensional world
What element of art is two dimensional?
What element of art is three dimensional?
Where is the vanishing point?
What type of image if this called?