Point Perspectives

How to Draw: Point perspectives are snapshots within a 3D space which are made from projecting lines from vanishing points. Usually taken at eye level. Dark lines are things that are closer. Thin and Light lines are what you can see further away. Construction lines can make the drawing look more composed. How to Use: Perspectives give a ideal sense of space at a particular moment. It should feel as if you are standing in the space and provoke some kind of emotion. For your project: To have at least one ‘killer perspective’ is a good rule: Having at least one can complete the project and become the main image for the project. Draw at least one exterior perspective and multiple interior perspectives if possible.

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