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3-Point Perspective

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  • 1. Use three point perspective when you areclose to a building and looking up andwhen you are close to a building andlooking down.Instead of using only one or two vanishingpoints, you would use three vanishingpoints. By introducing a third vanishingpoint you can create a bird’s or worm’seye view of a cityscape.
  • 2. • Horizon Line • Vanishing Point • Vertical Lines
  • 3. Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper
  • 4. • Horizon Line• 2 Vanishing Points • Vertical Lines
  • 5. Gustave CaillebotteParis Street; Rainy Day 1877
  • 6. M. C. EscherTower of Babel 1928
  • 7. Create a cityscape using the three point perspectivetechnique.