The quiz will be given on Friday, May 20th, 2016
Picture plane: the flat surface or plane in which the artist organizes the picture.
Scale (related to proportion): a technique where the artist makes one object larger than another in order to cause the larger object to appear closer to us than the smaller object.
Overlapping: a technique where the artist creates the illusion of depth by placing one object in front of another.
High-low placement: a technique where the artist places an object lower in the picture plane to make it appear closer to us than another object that is placed higher.
Arial perspective: a technique where the artist reduces the detail, and color intensity, as well as shifts the hue of an object toward the blueish end of the visible light spectrum in order to give the illusion of distance.
Officially the penultimate project
Step 1: Choose a tutorial --
One Point Exterior Perspective
1 Point Perspective Interior,
and follow the instructions.
We will discuss Step 2 on Friday, May 13th, 2016.
Step 2 involves placing images into your scene, and using the Transform commands to match the perspective you have created in your scene.