|Format:||Print Book 1974|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
This companion volume to TCreative Perspective' explores the basic concepts of the issue that it is impossible to look at an object without being aware of the existence of perspective, the optical effect which gives a sense of distance and solidity to what is seen. The book explains the principles that govern perspective drawing. It commences with an explanation of the technical terms, and then goes on to deal with one-point and two-point perspective drawing, and three-point perspective with objects inclined to the ground plane. Includes 83 illustrations and an index. Would be of interest to architectural students, draughtsmen and industrial designers. The author has written a companion volume TCreative Perspective' and TThe Thames and Hudson Manual of Rendering with Pen and Ink'.
|Publisher|| London :Thames and Hudson,1974
96 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm