Side View Of Condition

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Perspective Drawing

FORESHORTENING: LINES AND SURFACES ALWAYS APPEAR LONGEST WHEN PARALLEL TO THE OBSERVER'S FACE (i.e., TO THE PICTURE PLANE). AS THEY REVOLVE AWAY FROM THIS POSITION THEY APPEAR INCREASINGLY SHORTER. Why this is so can be understood by noting how the lines of sight intersect the picture plane for each position of the pencil. (Note: when the pencil appears as a small circle, i.e., when just the eraser or the pointed end is in view, then it is 100% foreshortened and aligned with the central visual ray.)

Perspective Name Drawing
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