Art In Perspective

This is a collection which contains artworks that use different kind of "Perspective" of the Universal Design Principles. - Jingyuan "Knight" Zhang

"Aerial Perspective" is used in this painting. The main characters in the middle contains more details than the ones in the background, so that viewer could focus on the main characters.
"Linear Perspective" is mainly used in this artwork to show the length and spacial feeling of the factory.
"Linear Perspective" is mainly used in this artwork to show the far reaching road. This exhibit a feeling that the main character is going to walk for a long distance.
"Linear Perspective" is strongly used in this artwork. It is very obvious that there are parallel lines drawn to converge at a particular point, which shows the majesty of the garden.
"Linear Perspective" is strongly used in this artwork. Obviously, the parallel lines are drawn to converge at some vanishing point. This create the illusion of depth in the room.
"Aerial Perspetive" is used in this artwork, but subtly. The prodigal son has more detail than the background. It shows a little spacial difference to indicate the importance of the main character.
"Linear Perspective" is used in this artwork. Which shows the grandness and busyness of the scene.
"Aerial Perspective" is used in this artwork. The background fades away from the foreground which shows a perspective of disappearance. This makes viewers focus more on the main characters.
"Linear Perspective" is used in this artwork. The two sides of the building creates some hidden lines to converge at a vanishing point. This create am impression of depth, to show the city.
"Aerial Perspective" is used in this artwork. The president has more details than the background. This makes the background behind him far way, which creates the dignity of the artwork.
"Aerial Perspective" is used in the artwork. The main character and the front waves has more details than the background waves. This makes the water scene more larger to show the tension of the scene.
"Aerial Perspective" is used in this artwork. The background is painted with loss of detail, focus, color to create the perspective of disappearance. This makes the main character to be more obvious.
"Linear Perspective" is used in this artwork. The scene out side of the window contains less details and focus, this create the perspective of disappearance.
"Aerial Perspective" is used in this artwork. The farther of the scene, the less focus and details there are. Which creates the spatial feelings to show the large view to present the main idea.
"Aerial Perspective" is used in this artwork. The house in the background contains less details than the fore ground. This create a calm and loneliness feeling of the winter.
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