Knowledge is useless until put into action, so this chapter is about using what you’ve learned in this book to draw some scenes in perspective.
You will set up a perspective view and then use methods to create a nice-looking perspective drawing. The example in this chapter uses most of the features described in the previous chapters. So let’s get to work and get our hands dirty.
There are three ways to create a drawing in perspective. Which one you choose depends on the kind of drawing you want to create:
• A drawing based on a single view that is based on the visual appearance of the scene, focusing on accurate measurements of objects. The measurements take care of accurate size and relative position of the objects ...