Perspective Drawing: The Projected Image Method
A book that teaches hands-on perspective drawing using the projected image method developed by architect and former University of Florida architecture professor Harry Merritt. The book includes detailed instructions on how to generate one-, two- and three-point perspectives. With many illustrations and a Preface by Culicidae Architectural Press editor Mikesch Muecke.
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Chapter The OnePoint Perspective
30 sectors A’pp angle architectural B’pp D’pp Base Cube basic Bpp Dpp centerline cone of vision corner B-B cross the Picture design process designer’s distance Dpp App Bpp Draw lines drawing surface elements extend lines Figure 13 Figure 9 final drawing ground plane GPpp Height Line THL HL SP horizon line HL interior spaces ishing point la n e major planes modules SP never parallel object being drawn object or space object’s footprint one-point perspective perspective drawing perspective the picture Picture Plane Figure Plan drawing plan of Picture plane being viewed plane is never planes vanish point perspective Point to corners points App points fall poles Projected Image Method Projected Image system scale simulated plan simulated section space and form space or object spatial Step third vanishing point three-dimensional space three-point drawing three-point perspective tical tive drawing True Height Line two-point perspective vertical cone viewer SP VPL and VPR