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The trees are the same distance from the viewer because: Both trees are the same size Both trees are the same distance from the edge of the page (same placement)

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To make an object seem farther away: Move it higher on the page Make it smaller than the lower objects

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Painting the tree in the foreground larger and lower on the page makes it seem even closer!

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See the tiny tree? It is farther away. How do you know? It is higher on the page It is smaller than the lower objects

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Is tree “A” closer or farther than tree “B”? How do you know? Tree “A” is farther away because tree “B” OVERLAPS tree “A”. Tree “B” is in the front. Tree “B” is closer than tree “A”. A B

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Is tree “A” closer or farther than tree “B”? How do you know? Tree “A” is closer because tree “A” OVERLAPS tree “B”. Tree “A” is in the front. Tree “A” is closer than tree “B”. B A

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What is the matter with this tree? It is higher on the page than the tree on the left. This means it is farther away. It is overlapping (or in front of) the tree on the left. This means it is closer. Both can not be true!

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Better!

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You can see that the tiniest trees are highest on the page. This mountain landscape has DEPTH!

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