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RUS 101: INTEGRATED STUDIO. PERSPECTIVE. ‘The Monalisa ’ (Leonardo da Vinci, 1505) . HAPPY . DISGUSTED. FEARFUL . ‘The Monalisa ’ (Leonardo da Vinci, 1505) . ‘ EMOTION RECOGNITION SOFTWARE’. HAPPY 83% . DISGUSTED 6%. FEARFUL 6% . ANGRY 2%.

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HAPPY

DISGUSTED

FEARFUL

‘The Monalisa’ (Leonardo da Vinci, 1505)

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‘EMOTION RECOGNITION SOFTWARE’

HAPPY 83%

DISGUSTED 6%

FEARFUL 6%

ANGRY 2%

‘analysed by a University of Amsterdam computer using “emotion recognition” software’ (BBC)

‘The Monalisa’ (Leonardo da Vinci, 1505)

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PERSPECTIVE

as an IMAGE..

Presented by:

mazran ismail

(Courtesy of HBP, USM)

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Non-perspective 3D drawings: Axonometric Projections

‘Trimetric’

‘Dimetric’

‘Isometric’

(Source: www.en.wikipedia.org)

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PERSPECTIVE(from Latin ‘perspicere’-to see through)

“is an image as it is perceived by the eye”

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Perspectives in different styles / approaches

Black & White Linear Perspective

‘Interior of St. Paul Outside the Walls, Rome’ (Giovannni Battista Piranesi, 1740)

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Perspectives in different styles / approaches

(Light) Coloured Paintings (e.g. impressionism)

‘Boulevard Montmarte’

(Camille Pissarro, 1897)

‘The Boardwalk at Trouville’

(Monet, 1870)

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Perspectives in different styles / approaches

(Bright) Coloured Paintings (e.g. expressionism)

‘Old Town II’

(Wassily Kadinsky, 1902)

‘Starry Night’

(Vincent Van Gogh, 1888)

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Perspectives in different styles / approaches

with ‘Unconsious Mind’ (e.g. surrealism)

‘‘The Persistence of Memory’ (Salvador Dali, 1931)

‘Fauna in La Mancha’

(Vladimir Kush, 2007)

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Perspectives in different styles / approaches

Loose Sketch

‘Six’s Bridge’ (Rembrandt, 1645)

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Architect’s Perspective: Santiago Calatrava

Turning Torso, Sweden (2005)

Initial idea in sketch

Completed building

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Architect’s Perspective: Jørn Utzon

Sydney Opera House (1959-1973)

Initial idea in sketch

Completed building

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Architect’s Perspective: Frank O. Gehry

Walt Disney Concert Hall, New York (2003)

Initial idea in sketch

Completed building

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Architect’s Perspective: Frank O. Gehry

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao (1997)

Initial idea in sketch

Completed building

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Architect’s Perspective: Norman Foster

Swiss Re Headquarters, London (2004)

Initial idea in sketch

Completed building

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‘PERSPECTIVE’ as

A MEDIUM OF COMMUNICATION

in BUILT ENVIRONMENT

“to provide the people an image of

how the building/project will look when it is built”

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Examples : HBP Students’ perspectives

Interior Perspective

Sectional Perspective

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TYPES OF PERSPECTIVE DRAWING:

  • One-point Perspective
  • Two-point Perspective
  • Three-point Perspective
  • Multi-point Perspective(will not be covered in this lesson)

..depends on

the number of vanishing points in the perspective drawing

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‘ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE’

-used when one face of the object is perpendicular to the line of our sight/view

(Courtesy of HBP, USM)

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‘ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE’

Vanishing point

-used when one face of the object is perpendicular to the line of our sight/view

(Courtesy of HBP, USM)

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‘TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE’

-used when an object is not directly facing us

(Courtesy of HBP, USM)

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‘TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE’

-used when an object is not directly facing us

(Courtesy of HBP, USM)

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‘THREE-POINT PERSPECTIVE’

-used for buildings seen from above (bird’s eye view) or below (worm’s eye view)

(Courtesy of HBP, USM)

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‘THREE-POINT PERSPECTIVE’

-used for buildings seen from above (bird’s eye view) or below (worm’s eye view)

(Courtesy of HBP, USM)

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RUS 101: INTEGRATED STUDIO

ESQUISSE

DRAWING A 1-POINT PERSPECTIVE

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fundamental:

  • STATION POINT
  • HORIZON LINE
  • VANISHING POINT
  • CONVERGENCE LINES
  • GROUND LEVEL
  • PICTURE PLANE
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fundamental:

  • STATION POINT
  • HORIZON LINE
  • VANISHING POINT
  • CONVERGENCE LINES
  • GROUND LEVEL
  • PICTURE PLANE

the position from which the observer views the object

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fundamental:

  • STATION POINT
  • HORIZON LINE
  • VANISHING POINT
  • CONVERGENCE LINES
  • GROUND LEVEL
  • PICTURE PLANE

the line at which the earth and sky appear to meet / eyelevel of the viewer

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fundamental:

  • STATION POINT
  • HORIZON LINE
  • VANISHING POINT
  • CONVERGENCE LINES
  • GROUND LEVEL
  • PICTURE PLANE

the point(s) at which the horizon line and the convergence lines meet and diminish

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fundamental:

  • STATION POINT
  • HORIZON LINE
  • VANISHING POINT
  • CONVERGENCE LINES
  • GROUND LEVEL
  • PICTURE PLANE

the diagonal lines that can be drawn along receding parallel lines (or rows of objects) to the vanishing point

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fundamental:

  • STATION POINT
  • HORIZON LINE
  • VANISHING POINT
  • CONVERGENCE LINES
  • GROUND LEVEL
  • PICTURE PLANE

the horizontal plane representing the ground on which the viewer is standing

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fundamental:

  • STATION POINT
  • HORIZON LINE
  • VANISHING POINT
  • CONVERGENCE LINES
  • GROUND LEVEL
  • PICTURE PLANE

the imaginary line that slices through the cone of vision. Used to record the ‘image' that the eye sees.

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fundamental:

  • STATION POINT
  • HORIZON LINE
  • VANISHING POINT
  • CONVERGENCE LINES
  • GROUND LEVEL
  • PICTURE PLANE
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Drawing

A 1-Point Perspective: the simplest way

SITUATION: Without any plan&elevation

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3) Draw the Horizontal and Vertical Lines to form the front of the object

VP

Horizon Line

Vertical

Horizontal

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YOUR TASK (right now)

is to look, see & sketch…

‘A ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE’

(without plan & elevation)

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OF

WHATEVER

you think that it could be drawn in

‘1-POINT PERSPECTIVE’,

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A walkway towards a building

A walkway between two buildings

A walkway inside a building

(Source: www.en.wikipedia.org)

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as long as,

YOUR DRAWING HAS:

*Keywords in Perspective:

‘…things appear smaller the further they are away….’

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as long as,

YOUR DRAWING HAS:

Horizon Line

*Keywords in Perspective:

‘…things appear smaller the further they are away….’

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as long as,

YOUR DRAWING HAS:

Vanishing Point (VP)

Horizon Line

*Keywords in Perspective:

‘…things appear smaller the further they are away….’

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as long as,

YOUR DRAWING HAS:

Vanishing Point (VP)

Horizon Line

Convergence Lines

*Keywords in Perspective:

‘…things appear smaller the further they are away….’

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as long as,

YOUR DRAWING HAS:

Vanishing Point (VP)

Horizon Line

Convergence Lines

Object/s

*Keywords in Perspective:

‘…things appear smaller the further they are away….’

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SKETCH IT…

with a pencil on A3 paper

  • in black & white
  • with no ruler
  • with no eraser

Please do it in 15 minutes..

(Courtesy of HBP, USM)