In this lesson you will learn how to use perspective in your drawings and paintings to create the illusion of depth. Perspective allows you to trick your eye to see an illusion of three dimensional space on a flat piece of paper.
*The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language,
Third Edition copyright © 1992 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
As we explore this lesson these terms will become easier to understand and visualize through the exercises we will do together. Please complete all the practice drawings as you go through this lesson. Practice is the only way that I know of that will help you to understand and retain this material.
Now get yourself a ruler, pencil, models and some paper and lets get to work. Oh, don't forget a light source, comfortable chair and a refreshing beverage this lesson will take a while.
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