One point perspective is the least involved of the types of perspective. Again, perspective is a technique used to show depth and space on a picture plane. Linear perspective is the process of using rendering and lines to create the illusion of depth on the picture plane.
Assignment #1 October 11th, 2011
I will demonstrate in class on Monday October 10th how to make shape in to three dimensional objects using perspective. Those who are not here may see the text version below.
On a 18"x12" piece of paper, draw 15 shapes in one point perspective. Draw 6 above the horizon line, 6 below and 3 on the line. Make 2 of the shapes letters (your initials). Erase all the guidelines (orthogonal lines). Focus on craftsmanship (quality work is imperative).
Due October 17th at the end of class! That means 4 days to complete it!