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Chinese Landscape Painting Techniques for Watercolor by Lian Quan Zhen

Chinese Landscape Painting Techniques for Watercolor by Lian Quan Zhen

Author:Lian Quan Zhen [Zhen, Lian Quan]
Language: eng
Format: epub
ISBN: 978-1-4403-2267-9
Publisher: F+W Media
Published: 2013-02-14T16:00:00+00:00


Three-Point Perspective From Above

Here the scene looks down on the boathouse in a bird’s eye view. Consequently, the horizon line is above the structure. The parallel lines of the building end up at two points, one to the left and one to the right. The green lines are the boathouse corners and door jambs extending downward to a third vanishing point.

Three-Point Perspective From Below

When you view an object from above or below eye level, it is in three-point perspective. Here we are viewing the stone castle from slightly below, resulting in a lower horizon line (red). The roof and wall’s parallel lines lead out to the left and right, converging at two vanishing points (blue). When you extend the parallel lines (green) of the wall and window edges all the way up, they end at one point in the sky. This is the third vanishing point in three-point perspective.



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