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Re: One-Point Perspective Site plus bad teaching experience...

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DIGARTIST1
Mon, 26 Jul 1999 13:58:53 EDT


Recognizing that all of us have different learning as well as expressive
styles, Is or should one point or any point perspective be a determinate of
potential artistic expression? We tend to learn as we need things, at what
point do we need perspective is a good question. I've taught adults how to
render a building in the appropriate perspective in a few min. When my kids
are interested in drawing cities in perspective most learn easily, and others
sometimes create "great" pictures using their own perspective! PERSPECTIVE
ONE<TWO<THREE is only one way of looking at the world and often not the most
aesthetic solution. Marvin Grossman Sarasota. Fl.