Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Guide

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John Wiley & Sons, 2005 - Art - 271 pages
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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About the author (2005)

John Montague, PhD, is a professor of design and technology at Buffalo State College in Buffalo, New York.

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