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Year 8 Design Technology 2 Point Perspective

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Introduction Two point perspective is a 3D drawing with a horizon and two vanishing points. By using your drawing equipment you can draw an object (e.g. a building) where it gets smaller as it goes further away from you giving a 3 dimensional effect.

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1CM Border 1CM Name Block 2 CM Indent Use a 2H pencil Keep construction lines light

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100mm HORIZON

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140mm 100mm Position vertical line roughly 70mm below the horizon and 30mm above the horizon This line is the front corner of the object you will draw. HORIZON

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Join the top and bottom of the vertical line to each end of the horizon HORIZON

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Join the top and bottom of the vertical line to each end of the horizon HORIZON

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Join the top and bottom of the vertical line to each end of the horizon

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HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 Label the each end of the horizon as vanishing point 1 (VP 1) and VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 20mm HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 Each line is parallel to each other HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 RULER Position ruler at an angle to position set square next to the angled line and slide along HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 Each line is parallel to each other HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 You will need to repeat this dividing process to get a total of 19 gaps. This method will give the impression of the gaps getting smaller as they go into the distance. Take care when using the ruler and set square to draw these lines. HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON 20mm Mark 20mm points down the first vertical line. Join each point to both vanishing points

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON 20mm Mark 20mm points down the first vertical line. Join each point to both vanishing points

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON All Horizontal lines join up at either vanishing point

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON Each letter will be 5 spaces high, and 3 spaces wide. The gaps between each letter will be 1 space wide.

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VP 1 VP 2 HORIZON

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