Perspective plays a huge role when making a piece of art that relates to reality. Whether you are using one point or two point perspective, could make a huge difference in the way your artwork relates to reality.
I chose this piece because it is a perfect example of one point perspective. The artist did a great job of making sure the eye keeps going towards the vanishing point in the center.
I chose this piece painting because it seems like a two point perspective, but it is really a one point perspective painting. The reason it seems like a two point perspective painting is because of the back wall.
I chose this painting because it is the most common one point perspective example. A curvy road disappearing in the distance is a great way to show one point perspective that can be believed to be real.
I chose this piece because it is a very simple example of two point perspective. It is very easy to find each point and see where everything goes to.
I chose this piece because it is an odd focus painting. The things in the foreground are in focus while the main objects in the background are out of focus. The eye doesn't know where to go, the vanishing point or the pillars.
I chose this painting because the artist showed a huge open courtyard using one point perspective. Usually artists use two point perspective when making buildings in this position.
I chose this painting just like the staircase by the same artist because it shows a great deal of depth with one point perspective. The steps make your eye follow the windy staircase.
This is probably the most simple one point perspective piece I chose. If the artist didn't put the plants on the staircase, the steps would then look like a pyramid.
I picked this piece because it may seem like a one point perspective but it is really two point perspective. There seems to be a subtle vanishing point in the center and the main point on the right side.
I chose this painting because it seems like a very symmetric one point perspective scene. The artist did a good job of making you curious of what is down the hall where the vanishing point is.
I chose this piece because the buildings and the trees show a simple one point perspective view. The perspective may seem a little off but maybe that is what the artist intended.
I chose this painting because the use of one point perspective allowed the building in the back to be the center focus while all the people and the side buildings are to support the back building.
I chose this painting because it is a great example of one point perspective. Every little thing in this painting points toward the vanishing point. The artist did a great job of making the focus balanced.
I chose this piece because it is a perfect example of one point perspective in architecture.
I chose this piece because you can easily tell it is one point perspective since the trees end up at the same vanishing point as the road.
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