4 hours ago
📷 taken by: @odordori
Give this picture another, closer look. Why is it so pleasing to the eye? Imagine taking out the sky from the picture and you would be able to understand the depth of the scene regardless. Why?
Let’s say you grab a pencil and begin sketching a stretch of railroad tracks. When you finish, you feel as if you could step into your drawing and walk down the tracks until you disappear. That's because your drawing has a great sense of perspective.
Perspective is to create convincing representations of our three-dimensional world on the two-dimensional surfaces of the pictures. Perspective is one of the foundations of realism in art.
One-point perspective is based on the concept that the lines and shapes in a drawing can be located in reference to a single line, called the horizon line, and a single point, called the vanishing point. In this case, it is all symmetric, and is in the middle of the scene. In other words, it lies right under the heart icon when you like the picture! Wanna read more on perspective in art? Check study.com at https://bit.ly/2DyJ79h
More info coming soon #byBES ! at Budapest, Hungary