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Perspective

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Perspective

  1. 1. Institut Joaquín Bau VIP 3r ESO F.Batalla 1 PERSPECTIVE (I)
  2. 2. PERSPECTIVE A designer, such as an architect, can use perspective to quickly present an idea. The quick sketch of the single house has been drawn in estimated perspective and took minutes to complete. However, it provides enough basic detail to allow an architect to explain an initial idea to a customer/client. The idea can be discussed and altered to suit the customer requirements. Perspective is a versatile drawing technique that designers use in a variety of ways. It is probably the most realistic way of drawing a 3D product / object. Institut Joaquín Bau VIP 3r ESO F.Batalla 2
  3. 3. SINGLE POINT PERSPECTIVE Institut Joaquín Bau VIP 3r ESO F.Batalla 3 1. Draw one side of the cube and select a vanishing point (marked with an 'X'). Perspective drawing is a good style to use when drawing in 3D. There are different styles including single point and two point perspective. The basic example below shows how to construct a simple single point perspective drawing of a cube. Using the same skills more complex drawings/designs can be drawn, after a little practice. 2. Draw very faint lines from each corner to the vanishing point. 3. Draw horizontal and vertical lines for the 'back of the cube.

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