Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Guide
Moving logically from simple concepts to specific tools and methods, this book shows how to construct perspective views one step at a time, with illustrated examples that cover every key part of the process.
* Step-by-step instructions make the learning process simpler
* Includes a new chapter on aerial perspective and an updated chapter with examples digital perspective drawings
* It is visually oriented with the author's graphic explanations making the drawing process easy to understand
* The author has also created spare and linear illustrations so the reader can shade sections, highlight lines or use coloured pencils to reinforce concepts and processes
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Rendering Perspective Views from Observed Reality
Plans Elevations and Paraline Projections
Constructing Perspective Views
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3-D model 45-degree vanishing point 90 degrees aerial perspective allel angles and proportions axis camera center of vision Chapter Class cone of vision connect construct corner cubes curved plane curved surfaces cylinder depth diagonals distance drawn Elevation Obliques ellipses establish example eye level figure Find the angle frame Geometric primitives ground plane height horizon line ishing point Isometric Isometric Projections light source linear perspective lines of sight mark measuring point method mirror Note Oblique Projection one-point one-point-perspective setup paraline drawings paraline projections perpendicular picture plane plan oblique plans and elevations point for shadows position rapid visualization receding planes rectangle reference points reflecting surface scale shape side sketch sloping plane solid modeling space sphere of disappearance spirals square station point techniques touches the picture ture plane two-point vertical line vertical measuring line vertical vanishing line vertical vanishing point viewer wide-angle lens Wireframe models