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# Linear Perspective Assignments - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Linear Perspective Assignments. 1. Draw the outside of the school, looking towards the west. 2. Draw the hallway of our school. 3. Pick and draw from one photograph of a New York City building. Outside drawing of Truckee High School.

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• 1. Draw the outside of the school, looking towards the west.

• 2. Draw the hallway of our school.

• 3. Pick and draw from one photograph of a New York City building.

• This is a class activity. If you are on an Independent Study you will have to find the time to do this either before or after your trip.

• Start with the double point perspective formula as we did in class in our introduction to linear perspective. The following slide gives some hints to begin.

• Ask yourself “Where is your eye level in relationship to the building?”

• Ask yourself “Where is your eye level in relationship to the building?”

• Check with your ruler and ask yourself which lines of the building are converging?”

• Check with your ruler and ask yourself which lines of the building are parallel?”

• Check with your ruler and ask yourself which lines of the windows and doors are parallel?”

• Check with your ruler and ask yourself which lines of the windows and doors are converging?”

• Begin with a simple single point perspective drawing of a room as we did in our introduction lesson by starting with a square and the vanishing point in the middle.

• Is the hall a true square or a rectangle?

• In your square or rectangle, begin with converging lines going from each corner to the opposite diagonal corner, giving an “X”

• LOCKERS

• With your ruler eye sight and ask yourself which lines of the lockers are parallel?

• With your ruler eye sight and ask yourself which lines of the lockers are converging?

• Doors

• With your ruler eye sight and ask yourself which lines of the doors are parallel?

• With your ruler eye sight and ask yourself which lines of the doors are converging?

• With your ruler eye sight and ask yourself which lines of the lights are parallel?

• With your ruler eye sight and ask yourself which lines of the lights are converging?