Presentation on theme: "The Gordon Schools Graphic Communication"— Presentation transcript:
1The Gordon Schools Graphic Communication 1 Point Perspective IntroductionGraphic CommunicationTechnical Department
21 Point Perspective1 point perspective drawings are a type of pictorial drawing.They are a realistic drawing of an object showing it as if it were disappearing towards 1 vanishing point in the distance.
31 Point PerspectiveA good example of a 1 point perspective drawing is railway tracks.Up close they appear full size but then taper away thinner as they stray into the distance.1 point perspective sketch of railway tracks
41 Point PerspectiveIf a 1 point perspective drawing is full size from the front, what view of the shape or area will be drawn full size?
51 Point PerspectiveThe Elevation is drawn full size with all depths tapered to the vanishing point.Therefore, the following shapes seen as a front view should be drawn:Rectangles/squares with 90° cornersCircles using compassTriangles with angles measured
61 Point Perspective All corners are drawn at 90°. The rectangle below is the front of a boxAll corners are drawn at 90°.
71 Point PerspectiveHere, the vanishing point is being added to the drawing.Vanishing Point
81 Point PerspectiveNow all depths are projected back to the vanishing point.
91 Point PerspectiveYou cannot make accurate measurements using a ruler when drawing a perspective drawing. Instead estimate the sizes by using a suitable proportion of sizes in the drawing.These depths will be drawn horizontally or vertically.
101 Point PerspectiveNow darken in your finished 1 point perspective shape.
111 Point Perspective All depths go to the vanishing point. The front shapes are drawn as follows:Rectangles/squares with 90° cornersCircles using compassTriangles with angles measuredYou cannot measure depths. Instead estimate these depths, being careful to keep your drawing in a good proportion.