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THE DESIGNER AND PERSPECTIVE DRAWING

V. Ryan 2007 - 2010

 

 
A good example is seen opposite. The chair has been drawn using two point perspective. This means that the design is presented in a 3D format. If the vanishing points are moved to an alternate position, the chair can be viewed from a different angle.
   
A complex design such as the interior of a room can be presented through the use of perspective drawing. The interior design opposite, is drawn in single point perspective and has been colour rendered to give a realistic finish.
 
 
 
A designer, such as an architect, can use perspective to quickly present an idea. The quick sketch of the single storey house has been drawn in estimated perspective and took minutes to complete. However, it provides enough basic detail to allow an architect to explain an initial idea to a customer/client. The idea can be discussed and altered to suit the customer requirements.
   
If a more detailed version is required, a colour rendered estimated perspective drawing can be shown to the customer/client.
   
Perspective is a versatile drawing technique that designers use in a variety of ways. It is probably the most realistic way of drawing a 3D product / object.
 
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SINGLE POINT PERSPECTIVE

 

1. Single Point Perspective

2. Single Point Perspective - Vanishing Points 1

3. Name in Perspective - Exercise

4. The Chair (Steel Tube)- Single Point Perspective

5. Traditional Chair in Single Point Perspective

6. The Table - Single Point Perspective

7. Dressing Table - Single Point Perspective

8. Interior Room  - Single Point Perspective

9. Example - Room Interior in Single Point Perspective

10. More Examples - Single Point Perspective

11. Simple Examination Questions - Single Point Perspective

12. Examination Question - Complete a Room Interior

13. Examination Question - Design an Interior of a Room.

14. Examination Question - Logo and Packaging

 

TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE

 

1. Two Point Perspective(1)

2. Two Point Perspective (2)

3. Two Point Perspective - Question

4. House with Flat Roof - Two Point Perspective

5. House with Conventional Roof - Two Point Perspective

6. Estimated Perspective - House Design

7. Example - External View of a Bungalow - 1

8. Example - External View of a Bungalow - 2

9. Example - External View of a Bungalow - 3

10. Example - External View of a Bungalow - 4

11. Example - External View of a Bungalow - 5

 

12. Estimated Perspective - 1

13. Estimated Perspective - 2

14. Estimated Perspective - 3

 

15. Examination Question - Two Point Perspective - 1

16. Examination Question - Two Point Perspective - 2

17. Examination Question - Two Point Perspective - 3

   
   
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