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<< Now I've taught umpteen years and I've tried many approaches so I don't
think it's my teaching ability here that's the problem. Why do some
students who are highly gifted in the arts find trouble with perspective
and most others don't?
It was a bad day when art and mathematics got married!
14th century wasn't it?
Many so-called right brained artists dot easily make the jump to perspective
because its such a left brained activity...pure geometry really.