Assignment 3 – Interior Perspective

One-point & Two-point perspectives
 All vertical lines are perpendicular to the horizon.
 All horizontal lines are parallel to the horizon.
 All diagonal lines intersect at the point on the horizon.
Basic Concepts
 PICTURE PLANE (PP):
The “window” that is represented by the picture.
 STATION POINT (SP):
Represents the eye of the observer. It is the camera in a
photograph.
 VANISHING POINT (VP):
Are points (usually) on the horizon line where receding line
(planes) meet.
 GROUND LINE (GL):
A line that is parallel to the picture plane at the base of the object being
described.
 HORIZON LINE (HL):
A theoretical line that represents the eye level of the observer.
Assignment 3(a): One-point perspective proportionate method – Identify the views
and basic concept and redraw.

wenny 1 point

A4 size 1-point perspective interior reference that I found from Internet.

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My 1-point perspective drawing on A3 size with pen.

Assignment 3(b): Two-point perspective proportionate method – Identify the views
and basic concept and redraw.

wenny 2 point ii

A4 size 2-point perspective interior reference that I found from Internet

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My 2-point perspective drawing on A3 size with pen.

Assignment 3(c): One Point View interior space
Trace the perspective views in both 3(a) & 3(b) with felt-tip pens ontop of marker
paper and render them with markers.

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My a3 size one-point perspective drawing with rendering on marker paper.

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My a3 size two-point perspective drawing with rendering on marker paper.

 

Honestly, I like this assignment with all the rendering techniques I learned by using the copic marker but it is a bit cost me too much money as the marker cost me RM15.90. Hope there will be more cheaper and good quality marker in the future.

 

 

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