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Re: perspective drawing

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Pat Bainbridge (pat_bainbridge)
Thu, 29 Oct 1998 06:39:40 PST


I do a design project with boxes in space 2 pt perspective. Spiral
pattern in background. Also 1pt perspective-birds eye veiw of a city
-easy and fun!

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>I spent so long on self-portrait drawing that I had to go on to
painting
>even though I hadn't covered perspective. I did a quick lesson on
>one-point perspective and then had them do a monochromatic painting
using
>the perspective. It was fun, took care of two things at once and the
>landscapes have an "other worldly" feel because of the monochromatic
look.
>
>Jasmine
>jdp30
>
>>Can any one give me suggestions on how to make teaching perspective
>drawing more fun for the >students?
>>Tim
>

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