Presentation on theme: "One Point Perspective and Two-Point Perspective"— Presentation transcript:
1One Point Perspective and Two-Point Perspective Perspective DrawingOne Point PerspectiveandTwo-Point Perspective
2Perspective: the science of painting and drawing so that objects represented have apparent depth and distance…The Merriam-Webster DictionaryPrime the pump with questions about how things appear in front of other objects, more distant, why? This is Perspective…Robert YarberBeyond Harm1987, acrylic on canvas
3Perspective Vanishing Point The single point on the horizon where all the lines on the ground level seem to come togetherHorizon LineThe place where the land and the sky meet.Orthogonal LineLines that connect to the vanishing pointVantage PointA broad overall view of a place.
4The Eye Level is the horizontal level in line with your eyes when you’re looking straight ahead. Explain and discuss eye levelPaul CezanneLa Montaque Sainte-Victoire,
5Normal Eye Level Lower Eye Level Higher Eye Level One last demo to clarifyThe Eye Level in the picture tells the viewer the vantage point ofthe artist when they painted the picture.
6Perspective Linear Perspective: Based on the way the human eye sees the world.Objects that are closer appear larger, more distant objects appear smaller.To create the illusion of space the artists creates a vanishing point on the horizon line.Objects are drawn using orthogonal lines, which lead to the vanishing points.
7One Point Linear Perspective Vanishing PointEye Level & HorizonLinear Perspective content and vocabulary is introducedConverging LinesSize and Space Variation
8Perspective Can you locate the Horizon Line? How did you determine this?Can you find the vanishing point in this picture?
22Your Assignment 6 Points Create a Composition (Pleasing arrangement of all Elements of art and Design.) Using Perspective Shapes. 5 PointsYou may use letters but they must be creatively designed.Have a clear Horizon Line and Vanishing point6 PointsBe Creative- Make it Interesting and Unique 10 PointsHard work and Effort 10 Points
102Perspective USE YOUR TIME WISELY! Your Final Assignment: We will be going into the hallwayto draw the perspective found inour own schoolTake a ruler, pencil and boardQuietly go into the hallway whereyou can be seen and draw thehallway.If you finish early get a drawingAssignment from Miss Fawcett toquietly work on in the hallwaywith the rest of the class.We will only have 4 class periods toWork on this assignmentUSE YOUR TIME WISELY!
108REMEMBER!Be quiet! If you are being too loud you will be sent to the office.Work hard, you have a limited amount of time to finish this projectUse all the time you are given!Use horizon line, vanishing point, orthogonal linesUSE VALUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!