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e   Which of the following is in two-point perspective?   e View Solution
e   Based on the position of the artist which type of perspective will each artist's painting show?
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e   Identify the vanshing point for this one point perspective drawing.   e View Solution
e   Describe the position of the camera for the given view.   e View Solution
e   What is the view of the door if the person stands at position A?   e View Solution
e   Identify the perspective view of the book.
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e   Did the artist use perspective?   e View Solution
e   Identify the vanshing point for this one-point perspective drawing.
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e   Select the house drawn in two-point perspective.
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e   Identify whether the word 'ART' is drawn in one-point perspective or two-point perspective.   e View Solution
e   Find whether the figure is drawn in one-point or two-point perspective.   e View Solution
e   Identify the correct statement / statements.
I. Perspective drawing is a way of drawing objects on a flat surface so that they look the same as they appear to the eye.
II. Geometry of perspective was used by renaissance artists.
III. Perspective drawings are far from realistic views.
IV. In perspective drawing, all the objects are of same size.   e
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e   Is the object drawn in one-point or two-point perspective?   e View Solution
e   Identify whether the painting is in one-point or two-point perspective.   e View Solution
e   Describe the position of the camera for the given views.   e View Solution
e   Identify the vanshing point for this one point perspective object.
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e   Find whether the figure is drawn in one-point or two-point perspective.   e View Solution
e   Identify whether the painting is in one-point or two-point perspective.
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e   Identify the vanshing points for this two-point perspective drawing.   e View Solution
e   Did the artist use perspective?   e View Solution
e   Select the incorrect statement / statements.
I. Horizon is the eyelevel of the drawing.
II. Vanishing point is a point on the horizon of a picture where parallel lines appear to meet.
III. Placement of vanishing point does not affect the drawing.
IV. Isometric perspective drawing uses no vanishing points, the dimensions remain equal to their actual proportions.   e
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e   What is the view of the television set if the person stands at position A?   e View Solution