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# 2 point perspective lesson

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### 2 point perspective lesson

1. 1. Do Now: Complete your 1 point perspective drawing handout. Must be submitted today. You have 10 minutes to complete +
2. 2. + Look at the image above, How many vanishing points does it have?
3. 3. + How are two point perspective drawings created?
4. 4. + Instructional Objectives: •  •  •  Define two point perspective. Define the terms horizon line, vanishing point and orthogonal line. Create a 2 point perspective drawing.
5. 5. + Define: Perspective •  Perspective: a technique of depicting volumes and spatial relationships on a flat surface.
6. 6. + Perspective •  Two-Point Perspective: lines look like they are meeting at two points on the horizon line.
7. 7. + Steps in creating a 2 point perspective drawing Horizon Line: The line in a perspective drawing where the sky meets the ground. It also represents the viewer’s eye level.
8. 8. + Steps in creating a 2 point perspective drawing Vanishing Point: The point on the horizon line at which lines or edges that are parallel appear to converge.
9. 9. + Steps in creating a 2 point perspective drawing Orthogonal Line: It is the line you draw from the corner of an object to the vanishing point. It establishes the illusion of a perpendicular line going into the distance.
10. 10. + Summary Questions: •  What is the definition of two point perspective. •  Define the terms horizon line, vanishing point and orthogonal line. •  List the steps needed to create a 2 point perspective drawing.
11. 11. + IMMEDIATE APPLICATION •  Create a 2 point perspective cityscape using the handout. •  Use the diagrams on the handout to help complete the drawing. •  Be sure to create and label your horizon line and vanishing point. •  Your FINAL drawing should include as many details (in perspective) as possible. •  Include at least: •  4 Buildings •  Windows (in at least 2 buildings) •  Doors
12. 12. + Grading Rubric
13. 13. + HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT