Perspective

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This is my presentation on Perspective for my 7th graders.

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Perspective

  1. 1. PerspectiveOne,Two and Three Point
  2. 2. Vanishing Point
  3. 3. The Point where an object“Vanishes”
  4. 4. Drawing CubesVideo
  5. 5. Step OneMake a horizon line across your paper in the middle.Place a vanishing point on the horizon line.Above or below this point, draw a square.Connect the visible corners to the vanishing point.Remember this is a solid 3D shape now and Always UseYourRuler.
  6. 6. Perspective LettersVideo
  7. 7. Perspective LettersFirst, draw the horizon line and add the vanishing point.Above or below this point, draw a box.The box should be one inch wide for each letter with 1/4 inchspace in between letters.The letters should be 2 inches tall, use your ruler.Inside the boxes, draw boxy letters that use all of the cornersof the box possible.Connect all of the visible corners to the vanishing point.T
  8. 8. Two point perspectiveVideo
  9. 9. Two PointDraw a horizon line, draw two vanishing points on either sideof the horizon line, 1/2 inch in from the paper.Find the center of the paper, draw a vertical line that is 6inches long- 3 inches above and below the horizon line.Connect the top and bottom of the line with the vanishingpoints- making a diamond shape.Draw lines 1- 2 inches apart.Make them closer as you get to the vanishing point.Make the roof lines vary using you ruler and the vanishing
  10. 10. Three Point PerspectiveVideo
  11. 11. Three Point PerspectiveDraw a horizon line with two points at either end, then drawa line extending perpendicularly to the horizon line.Then draw lines creating triangles on those points.Making a cube in the center, with a bottom.This technique is best used drawing something you arelooking up at.
  12. 12. MC EscherPlayed tricks with perspective
  13. 13. MC EscherRelativity
  14. 14. MC EscherHand with Reflecting Sphere
  15. 15. ReferencesSlide Two: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/aa/Perspectivephoto.jpgThree: Railroad tracks "vanishing" into the distance, 23 May 2006, by: MikKBDFJKGeMalakFour: google.comSix: youtube.comEight: GuyathriVasudefan, buzzle.comTen: www.oocities.orgTwelve: MC Escher, Balcony http://www.mcescher.com/Thirteen: MC Escher, Relativity, http://www.mcescher.com/Fourteen: MC Escher, Hand with Reflecting Sphere, www.mcescher.comd

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