Perspective Practices, ContinuedDividing linesWhen the problem involves finding equal division points of a plane inor recedingperspective and the placement of these points is known, the problem can bearea into partssolved as shown in figure 5-23. Since the points are parallel on the object,in perspective(Continued)they have the same vanishing point.To find incrementally placed horizontal points in perspective, use this table:StepAction1Locate a horizon line, ground line, and station point.2Place a vanishing point and draw a visual ray from the SP to theVP.3At the intersection of A and GL, measure and center the width ofthe first horizontal element.4Draw lines from each end of the first horizontal element to the VP.5Measure incrementally spaced horizontal elements along A to theintersection of HL.6Darken the outlines.Figure 5-23 shows equally spaced horizontal points.Figure 5-23.—Projecting horizontal points.Continued on next page5-31

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