Provides a concise, systematic, and comprehensive introduction to perspective drawing along with examples of practical applications. Explains the fundamentals of effective freehand drawing through more than 250 drawings, photographs, and illustrations along with step-by-step procedures. It includes examples from a wide range of fields, including illustration, advertising, fine arts, architecture, and industrial and interior design. The second edition of Prespective Drawing and Applications has been revised to include 50 new illustrations and more coverage of General Principles, Cone of Vision, Apparent Scale, and Reflections and Shadows. It has been redesigned in a new, larger format with a more readable typeface and a spiral binding that allows the text to lay flat. It also incorporates a new portfolio section featuring recent examples of perspective applications. An essential reference book on perspective drawing for every professional illustrator, industrial and graphic designer, architect, and interior designer.
A combination textbook and reference handbook focused on perspective drawing principles. Provides instruction on materials, procedures, types of perspective<-->including one-point and two-point, apparent scale, perspective grids, shadows, reflections, and computer graphics. Most of the information is contained in figures and diagrams, with some explanatory text. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.