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  • 1. 3 POINT PERSPECTIVE NAME Project – ART 2 3 PT Perspective Name
  • 2. PRACTICE on Idea Sheet• Follow along with the step by step directions for the 3 Point Perspective DEMO.• You need the provided Idea Sheet, a pencil and a ruler for this assignment.
  • 3. Basic principles for 3 Point Perspective.
  • 4. Basic principles for 3 Point Perspective.
  • 5. EXEMPLAR: MC Escher
  • 6. STUDENT EXEMPLAR: Angelo
  • 7. Step 1a – Write down a name for the project that is 5,7 or 9 letters.
  • 8. Step 1b –Mark the middle letter with an arrow.
  • 9. Step 2a – Find your middle letter in the letter packet.This isa “Y”
  • 10. Step 2b – These are the lines which DO NOT make a part of the letter.
  • 11. Step 3 – Use the packet example to draw the vertical lines fromthe packet as CONVERGING lines to the vanishing point at the bottom of the page.
  • 12. Step 3a – Draw a CONVERGING LINE for all the vertical lines in the drawing packet.
  • 13. Step 4 – Use the packet example to draw the horizontal linesfrom the packet as CONVERGING lines to the vanishing point to the left side of the page.
  • 14. Step 4b – Draw all of the horizontal lines from the packet asCONVERGING lines to the vanishing point to the left side of the page.
  • 15. Step 5 – Erase the lines which are NOT part of the letter.
  • 16. CORNER Step 6 – Draw more converging lines from the corners of the front of the letter to the vanishing point on the OPPOSITE side.
  • 17. CORNER Step 6a – Draw more converging lines from therest of the corners on the front of the letter to the vanishing point on the OPPOSITE side.
  • 18. CORNER Step 6b – Draw more converging lines from therest of the corners on the front of the letter to the vanishing point on the OPPOSITE side.
  • 19. CORNER Step 6c – Draw more converging lines from therest of the corners on the front of the letter to the vanishing point on the OPPOSITE side.
  • 20. CORNER Step 7 – Draw more converging lines from the corners you just created to the vanishing point at the bottom.
  • 21. CORNER Step 8 – On this practice paper you will NOT be able to, but some lines will need to be erased to finish the letter.
  • 22. LEFT SIDE OF LETTER
  • 23. RIGHT SIDE OF THE LETTER
  • 24. TOP OF LETTER
  • 25. THREE SIDES TO THE LETTER
  • 26. COMPLETED LETTER
  • 27. 3 PT Perspective NAME – Required practice• Create the MIDDLE letter on both sides of the corner.• Create the front of one more letter in your name.