- The foundation of perspective that you learn in this class is very simple. The problem lies in the consistent
application of the principles. That needs very attentive checking and re-checking. But illustrated by an elementary example - a double railroad track - it is almost ridiculous that it should be explained.
1. Further away looks smaller.
2. All VP's of horizontal
lines lie on the same and only horizon line aka Eye Level.
3. All lines in a group
of parallel lines converge to the same VP.
Most of your drawings are OK(ish)
. But there are two with some issues.
The chair has its VL's all running in different directions:
The table is a bit better, but it is clear that the 2 VP's do not
lie on the same "horizon line".
There is another aspect that I'd like to comment on for the chair, do you see that if someone wants to lean on the back, he has to keep its knees straight? There is not enough "foreshortening", the seat is drawn too deep.
You did a good job already, but I'd like to see a corrected chair