One Point Perspective – Part 2

In the last post we saw how parallel lines all go toward the same vanishing point.   This is an easy reference for everything that is parallel.    But  an object usually has height, width and depth – what about the lines that aren’t parallel?    What happens to height and width? Nothing! They stay…… Continue reading One Point Perspective – Part 2

One Point Perspective – Part 1

Everyone knows that if you stand on a railroad track that extends straight into the distance, it appears to become smaller and smaller until the track finally disappears at the horizon line.  We know this because we’ve seen it –  in photos, on movies and by actually standing on the track itself.  We can see how the railroad…… Continue reading One Point Perspective – Part 1