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Reviewing drafting tools .
Introduction to visual perspective: one, two and three point.
Perception of depth. Standing point, picture plane, horizon line.
Relationship to plan-section-elevation. Relationship to axonometric.
Lecture: Construction of two-point perspective.
Exercise in class (Assignment 0). Assignment 1 is given.
Cubic building, multiple views: moving the viewer at various heights.
Lecture: Geometry & texture.
Assignment 1 is due. Pin-up and discussion. Assignment 2 is given.
Building exterior, multiple views: moving the viewer around the building.
Lecture: Construction of one-point perspective. Vanishing points
Assignment 2 is due. Pin-up and discussion. Assignment 3 is given.
Between interior & exterior: a house terrace.
Lecture: Adding people, furniture, landscape.
Assignment 3 is due. Pin-up and discussion. Assignment 4 is given.
Interior: living-room. Changing views in the interior space.
Lecture: Special issues- constructing curves and arches in perspective.
Assignment 4 is due. Pin-up and discussion. Assignment 5 is given.
Interior: interior including arches.
Lecture: Special issues- shade and shadow.
Assignment 5 is due. Pin-up and discussion. Assignment 6 is given.
Interior: interior including curves.
Final exam: Exercise in class
Constructing a perspective view of an interior or exterior space in class.
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