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Perspective Drawing for Technical Illustration References: 1 , 2 , 3 Perspective Drawings One-Point Perspective High Eye level Low Eye level Central Eye level Two-Point & Three-Point Perspective Orthographic vs. Perspective Test Model

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one point perspective
One-Point Perspective

High

Eye level

Low

Eye level

Central

Eye level

slide8

2. Place plan and front views

[image] Plane

Horizon

VP

Ground Line

3. Sketch front face

Station Point

[camera]

slide9

4. From front face, draw lines to VP

Picture Plane

Horizon

VP

Ground Line

Station Point

slide10

5. Project back to picture plane

Picture Plane

Horizon

VP

Ground Line

6. Draw side face

Station Point

slide11

Picture Plane

Horizon

VP

Ground Line

Station Point

6. Draw top face

two point perspective
Two-Point Perspective

Place the Plan View

Set Station Point (SP)

slide13

The location of horizon and ground lines are infinitely variable. The location of the Horizon Line will depend on whether you want to view the object from above eye level or below eye level. The location of the Ground Line in relation to the Horizon Line will determine how far above or below eye level the object will be viewed.

slide14

From SP, draw two // lines,

intersecting at Picture plane

Create LVP & RVP

Place Side Elevation on Ground Line

Project height to vertical line

slide15

Draw lines to LVP & RVP

Project width to Picture Plane;

Draw vertical lines

slide23

Set

depth of floor

slide26

Set

depth of wall

termesphere ref
Termesphere (ref)

1-,2-,3-point perspective

architecture from a 3d model to a perspective image

Floor

plan

Architecture: from a 3D model to a perspective image

Plan view + 3D dimensions

Perspective view

architecture from a 3d model to a perspective image36

Floor

plan

focal length

viewing plane

observer

Architecture: from a 3D model to a perspective image

2nd vanishing

point

1st vanishing

point

architecture from a 3d model to a perspective image37
Architecture: from a 3D model to a perspective image

Perspective view

1st v.p.

2nd v.p.

Horizon line

Floor in

perspective

Observer’s height

Ground line

architecture from a 3d model to a perspective image38

Reference height

Architecture: from a 3D model to a perspective image

Perspective view

Horizon line

Observer’s height

Ground line

architecture from a 3d model to a perspective image39

Reference height

Architecture: from a 3D model to a perspective image

Perspective view

Horizon line

Observer’s height

Ground line

architecture from a 3d model to a perspective image40

Reference height

Architecture: from a 3D model to a perspective image

Perspective view

Horizon line

Door height

Ground line