Dear readers, do you think that your drawing seems alive when it is created from two-dimensions to three-dimensional object? This book will provide you with the concise instructions on the basic principles of linear perspective. It is directed to the beginner who is not just only learning perspective drawing but it also serves as a reference manual for those with advance drawing skills. This book can supplement as a studio instruction book or serve as a guide for independent study of perspective theory.
From this book, you can learn some perspective basics, introduction on the perspective of horizontal and vertical inclined planes, solid subjects, the circle planes and cylinders. It also provides the supplementary chapters on cast shadows- a mechanical method for dealing with perspective and visualization section following a method to test the understanding of perspective theory. You can find many ways and steps to draw and view your three-dimensional objects and many clear and logical examples viewing from different views. This book also provides the dimensions on how a person views an object by using different types of shadows.
So, I am sure that this book is a useful guide with its instructive illustrations, complete information on cast shadows and it is a good reading resource for better understanding of perspective theory.
Location : East
Call number : NC 750 AUV 1997
Written by Hunny Ye