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### PROJECTING A SOLID TO ANY POINT ON THE GROUND PLANK

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Any vertical measurement, including the height of a figure, can be projected to any point in the picture. If the measurement or figure is to be shown on a plane higher than the ground plane, it must be elevated to that plane. This is done by projecting the measurement {A and 13) to a spot against the elevation and lifting that measurement to the elevated plane shove. Use a pair of dividers to lift the measurement.

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Author sNote: Especial Attention should be given to this page, because the principles of projecting measurements as applied here are of extreme value to every illustrator or commercial artist.

The following page shows how the principles apply to subjects in which the figures are at different levels. Figures must be in correct proportion to one another.

Everything in a picture has a relative size according to its position in perspective. In the drawing below, the height of the boy {1) has been projected to several positions. Although this drawing was made without models or copy, the relative si^es of figures and other units are convincing because the perspective is correct. Study this carefully.

Everything in a picture has a relative size according to its position in perspective. In the drawing below, the height of the boy {1) has been projected to several positions. Although this drawing was made without models or copy, the relative si^es of figures and other units are convincing because the perspective is correct. Study this carefully.

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