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    Linear perspective Linear perspective Presentation Transcript

    • Linearperspective
    • One point perspective• With conic perspective we can draw reality the way we see it.• It is just the way that a camera captures reality.• Conic perspective is a method that gives us the sensation of distance and depth in a flat support.• It is an optical illusion.
    • One point perspective• When we look at a group of parallel lines that escape and we want to draw them, we do not draw them parallel, but instead we draw them meeting at one point.• We call this point the vanishing point.
    • Basic elements in linear perspective • Point of view: It is the observer’s eye. • Horizon line: The height of this line coincides with the height of the point of view. • Ground line: It is a theoretical line that help us to draw the figures. The distance between the horizon line and the ground line is the height of the observer. • Vanishing point: It is always on the horizon line. • Distance points: They are the vanishing points of the lines that form 45º with the representation plane
    • Basic elements in linear perspective Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Horizon line Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Horizon line Height of the point of view Ground line Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Horizon line Height of the point of view Ground line Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Horizon line Height of the point of view Ground line Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Distance points Horizon line Height of the point of view Ground line Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Distance points Horizon line Height of Vanishing point the point of view Ground line Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Basic elements in linear perspective (P.V.) Distance points Horizon line Height of Vanishing point the point of view Ground line Area where we place the objects that we want to draw from top view
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.)
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.) Horizon line
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.) V.P. Horizon line Ground line
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.) V.P. Horizon line Ground line
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.) V.P. Horizon line Ground line
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.) V.P. Horizon line Ground line
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.) V.P. Horizon line Ground line
    • Example: Drawing a chessboard in one point perspective (P.V.) V.P. Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.)
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Example of how to rise an object (P.V.) Horizon line Ground line
    • Linearperspective