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HISTORY OF PERSPECTIVE

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Who wrote the first book about
PERSPECTIVE and when?
To continue with the History of Perspective,
you  need to understand the following
terms by answering Question 2
- linear perspective
- horizon line
- vanishing point
- convergence/orthogonal lines
- one point perspective
- two point perspective
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What is linear perspective?   ..... more
PERSPECTIVE
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EDUCATION GRAPHICS
Perspectives are the most realistic representational drawings.
There are three basic types of perspectives:
ONE POINT      TWO POINT      THREE POINT
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DIFFERENT  VIEWPOINTS
PERSPECTIVE drawings can show objects from any
angle, unlike ISOMETRIC, OBLIQUE and
PLANOMETRIC drawings
CHEQUERBOARD FLOOR
How do you draw a chequerboard floor in
perspective?
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PERSPECTIVE
CHANGING 1 POINT TO 2 POINT
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1 POINT PERSPECTIVE
ROOM also see ACTIVITY above
Year Level:  8       
School:  Lowanna College, Moe       
Teacher:  Colin GIBB
3 POINT PERSPECTIVE
COMIC BOOK COVERS
Year Level:  10       
School:  Newcomb Secondary College       
Teacher:  Craig Beasley
EMPTY ROOMS
architectural illustration
The activity is to use an appropriate
computer program, such as Adobe
Photoshop, Corel Paint, Paint Shop Pro, to
CUT and PASTE selected images of people
into one or more of the 'empty rooms' (one
point and two point perspective)
FORKLIFT
activity 2
This is an activity to do on the computer
Download the forklift and draw a crate or some
other object on the front of the forklift
This is an exercise in PERSPECTIVE
PLAYHOUSE
DESIGN BRIEF
You are going to design a PLAYHOUSE.
After your research, development of
different ideas and refinement of best
options, you will need to present your
final solution as .....
one option is a rendered perspective
drawing
BUS SHELTER
Designing a bus shelter
PRESENTATION
Here are some ways your 'final solution' can be
presented -  
Is this a one-point perspective drawing or a
two-point perspective drawing?
ACTIVITY
ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE ROOM
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JUNE 2010
PERSPECTIVE
- ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE
- TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE
- THREE POINT PERSPECTIVE
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