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Anti-Perspective - Fall 2020

ink, colored pencil, and watercolor on paper

one point looking down perspective drawing 

single point perspective drawing 

two-point perspective drawing  

an axonometric projection - isometric drawing

an oblique projection - cavalier drawing

phantom perspective 

The differences between one-point perspective, parallel projection, non-perspectival representation, and the problem of depth in these representational modes were studied. Those drawing exercises experimented with different rules about creating space in a picture. Graph paper was used to explore the various characteristics of drawings that create the illusion of space.

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