Perspective by dfhdhdhdhjr

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```									Perspective
1 point perspective
Step 1
• We are going to create a tunnel. To start draw a
horizon line preferably across the middle of your
paper, then choose a point to be the vanishing
point.
Step 2
• Using a ruler create your two walls. The lines
should start from your vanishing point and go out
from there.
Step 3
• Choose a place to draw the end of the tunnel.
Make sure that the walls are straight, and that
the roof is drawn between the tops of the two
walls.
Step 4
• Create another tunnel just beyond the first one.
Use the same method as before, after you are
done erase all the lines that don't belong.
Examples
Student work:
High School hallway

Note how all of the lines are
below the horizon line.

• (images are from the web)
What is perspective?
• In two point perspective, there are
two vanishing points on the horizon
line. Every line except vertical ones
will converge onto one of the two
vanishing points.
Step 1
• Draw a horizon line and make two
points on the line.
Step 2
Building 1, draw a vertical line, from
your two points draw the roof and the
floor of the building.
Step 3
• Distance is tricky: divide the bottom line in
half, and then in half again, and then in half
again. This will make it seem as if equal-sized
buildings are next to each other.
Step 4
• Now draw in guidelines to make other
buildings on the block. Remember, every
non-vertical line must converge on one of
the two vanishing points.
Step 5
• Finally, erase the guidelines that you don't
need, and get ready to add windows,
cars, people, and what-ever else fills your
imagination

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