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One point perspective (digital version)(1) (1)

One Point Perspective

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One point perspective (digital version)(1) (1)

  1. 1. What is One Point Perspective? A form of linear perspective in which all lines appear to meet at a single vanishing point on the horizon.
  2. 2. One Point Perspective Needs… • Horizon Line—imaginary place where the earth and sky seem to meet. • Vanishing Point—the spot in a picture at which all the lines meet.
  3. 3. Vocabulary to Know • Geometric Shapes- Mathematical or precise shapes (square, triangle, rectangle, octagon…) • Parallel Lines- lines that are the same distance apart and will never meet or intersect. • Space- the area around, above, between, below, or inside an object (overlapping will be used to show space in this project). • Emphasis- the sense of importance given to any one part of the composition (you may want to emphasis particular shapes so they stand out).
  4. 4. ERASE THESE LINES
  5. 5. Repeat these steps with a triangle, rectangle, and circle
  6. 6. 7 Above 7 Below 1 on the Horizon 3 overlaps

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