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clined plane. Figures on level planes are always scaled to the true horizon, as shown at A and B where the figures are stationed on a level crossing. Figures in windows or on balconies are scaled the same way.

Plane Design SketchingDrawing Stairway

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It is important to know how to draw a stairway in correct perspective and how to project figures upon any step. This is not difficult to do. The plane of the stairway locatcs all die points of the risers. The treads all have the same vanishing point on the horizon. Scale the height of the risers to the figure, as shown in the drawing below.

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the one at the bottom of the stairway, Note that mately the same positions, we still have the two lines which give us the

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An artist may be faced with the problem of drawing a tilted object. Tbe object may be falling, blown over, a squared object resting on an inclined plane, or for any reason not be in align ment with the horizon. There is a simple tech nique lor solving this problem.

How Draw Inclind Plane

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Vanishing Point

It is important to know that any object which is not parallel to the ground plane has its vanishing point either above or below the horizon. The drawing below shows an ascending airplane.

The angle of ascension starts below the horizon and comes up through the ground plane and through the center of the object.

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