Tuesday, May 3, 2016

One Point Perspective

What is One Point Perspective?

We looked at some examples of artwork to try to answer this question.
We identified that One Point Perspective means:
Objects are smaller as their distance from the viewer increases.
There is a horizon line, which is as far as the eye can see
There is a vanishing point, a point on the horizon where all lines converge and disappear.

We used this great tutorial from smART Class to help lay out our One Point Perspective drawings.  Students could choose any location that shows One Point Perspective, but as often is the case, many chose to follow the example. 

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