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2016- Intro to One Point Perspective

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on 8 February 2016

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Transcript of 2016- Intro to One Point Perspective

What is Perspective Drawing?
Drawing with perspective means making a 2 dimensional drawing appear 3 dimensional.
How do artists create perspective?
Let's take a closer look at the important elements that create One Point Perspective
Can you find the 3 elements of perspective in these images?
One Point Perspective
Use the left and right arrows to travel through this lesson.
Horizon Line, Vanishing Point, and Converging Lines
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Let's look at
another example.
This time, use your
finger to see if you
can figure out the
horizon line,
vanishing point,
and converging
lines.
Elements of Perspective
Horizon Line
= where the land and the sky meet (our eye level)
Vanishing Point
= where all lines appear to meet and disappear (objects get smaller as they get closer to the vanishing point)
Converging Lines
= the lines that lead to the vanishing point
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