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Chapter 2BASIS OF LINEAR PERSPECTIVE
Chapter 3FURTHER PERSPECTIVE PHENOMENA
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accurately actually aerial perspective angle architectural drawing areas assumed axis basic building camera casting shadows casting the shadow Chap circle cone of correct cone of vision construction corner correct vision cube curve definite depth of field determine diagonals dimensions direction distance draftsman drawn edges effect ellipse exact exactly find the perspective fixed geometrical graphical height hence Hood method horizontal line illumination important intersection involved light rays limits linear perspective locate look measurement normal object office method orthographic plan orthographic projection parallel lines perpendicular perspective drawing perspective plan perspective projection photograph pictorial problem procedure produce projection reflected relation rendering representation represented retina scale shade line shadow falls slicing method sloping space square station point strike surfaces of revolution tangent three-dimensional space trace triangle true usually vanishing point vertical plane visual ray wall