Some images to help you adjust your headspace for today's tutorial exercise: 2-POINT PERSPECTIVES - same idea as 1-point perspectives, but twice as fun...
1. Establish a horizon line.
2. Mark off 2 vanishing points on the horizon line. Think carefully about the spacing of the vanishing points and the implications for your drawing.
3. Generate a the perspective view of your object by projecting back into the vanishing points. Resist the temptation of using a ruler or straight edge.
Some examples from last year's students....
Theorists and designers have used the graphic qualities inherent in this kind of drawing to impart a sense of power and dynamism in their work.
Perspective was used extensively in the CONSTRUCTIVIST movement in architecture - active during the birth of the Soviet Union. These graphic/architectural fantasies are the work of Iakov Chernikov...
This last graphic incorporates a repetition of the slogan 'We Are Building'. c.1930
Glenn Murcutt Studio
4 years ago