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Re: Basics 101: Class 2 - Foundation of Perspective

Thanks for the feedback. I'll try another.
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Re: Basics 101: Class 2 - Foundation of Perspective

I can see errors as soon as I post them... Maybe I should be working from a drawing board and not on the desk?

I'll try another later.
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How's this?



I left the lines in so you could see them. Oh, and I used a ruler!

The previous drawings I was trying to visualize the VP's off the paper, to avoid that weird error that happens when they are too close together.

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Well done, sharp, you've understood it .
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The previous drawings I was trying to visualize the VP's off the paper, to avoid that weird error that happens when they are too close together.
The result is not too bad. And BTW, you don't need to run the VL's up to the VP to see crucial errors. Take for instance your drawing of the dice:



You're ready with the basics of perspective, please move on to class 3 .
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This was a very good excercise, and costed me half my eraser , but I hope this is ok
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Good job, Ivonne, the abstract cubes and the single objects are correctly done .
But have a second look at the recently added information in post 1, with the pictures of the railroad tracks. Your drawing of the 4 boxes is suspiciously similar to the centre railroad picture .


Traditional perspective assumes that the picture shows how one person at one moment in time sees the scene. But then there can be only one eyelevel. (The fundamental innovation of cubism was to abandon that principle).
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O, why did I do that ... I think I found the wide angle to extreme. But I understand (and see) te problem, many thanks Arnoud. I started over with drawing the four boxes, hope it's better now.
I understand that the wide angle is because of the close vanishing point.
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Ivonne - Nice correction to the right .
But you got me really confused on the left side.



I think you think too much. There is no reason whatsoever to have the VP's ON the paper, they can be far away. So far that you can safely draw them parallel.
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O.M.G. more red stripes then ever... , I think I understand, just a moment
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I hope I understand it well now, my self-confidence is almost below zero now
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OK, Ivonne, please move on to class 3
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Thank you, see you there. I have learned a lot from this excercise ☺
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