The view across the corner in the normal perspective shows the object with an edge towards the viewer, and two sides proceed into the depths.
The expression of an image is related to the choice of perspective. The perspective determines which point of view the recipient takes in the picture.
The horizon is an infinite line that lies exactly on the viewer‘s eye level. On the horizon all vanishing points are rowed.
Horizontal lines fall on the eye level view of the
Horizontal lines under the eye-level rise in the view towards the vanishing point. Views with only one vanishing point are used for objects that are perpendicular to the observer.
Horizontal lines, as they are in reality on windows in buildings occure not horizontal in the sketch, since they are distorted by perspective.
The expression of an image is related to the choice of perspective.The prospect decides in which point of view the viewer is and how he is involved in the picture.
Prolonged lines at the corners emphasize the directions.
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