perspective drawing

perspective drawing

1. A graphic representation of a project or portion thereof, as it would appear in three dimensions.
See also: Design
2.
Any one of a variety of techniques to represent three-dimensional objects and spatial relationships on a two-dimensional surface in the same manner as they would appear to the eye. With the given tools of object, station point, central visual ray and picture plane, all mechanical systems, photography and computer plotting of perspectives follow the exact same principals, developed during the Renaissance in Italy.

perspective drawing

perspective drawing
A graphic representation of a project or part thereof as it would appear three-dimensionally.
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He is a fan of train journeys and is particularly fond of perspective drawing. Travelling without boundaries for him means to be able to travel without anxiety, safe in the knowledge that support is available to him.
The minor objectives included application of sketching skills and knowledge to a two-point perspective drawing.
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