Perspective Practices, Continued
When the problem involves finding equal division points of a plane in
perspective and the placement of these points is known, the problem can be
area into parts
solved as shown in figure 5-23. Since the points are parallel on the object,
they have the same vanishing point.
To find incrementally placed horizontal points in perspective, use this table:
Locate a horizon line, ground line, and station point.
Place a vanishing point and draw a visual ray from the SP to the
At the intersection of A and GL, measure and center the width of
the first horizontal element.
Draw lines from each end of the first horizontal element to the VP.
Measure incrementally spaced horizontal elements along A to the
intersection of HL.
Darken the outlines.
Figure 5-23 shows equally spaced horizontal points.
Figure 5-23.Projecting horizontal points.
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