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"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 =
because its such a left brained activity...pure geometry really."
It is true, that many students have what in psychology is described as =
students who only draw "horses," "flowers,"or "faces - side ways." The =
challenge is to give these students a new perspective on ways to draw. =
Many art school instructors begin with "free-hand" perspective rather =
than with traditional mechanical drawing methods of graphics layout. =
Those who are interested in the teaching of perspective, may want to =
Doblin, Jay, "perspective, a new system for designers" Whitney Library =
of Design, New York, 1963
After all, without a "perspective" the visual arts would revert back to =
a flat world of the icon, don't you think?
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