PERSPECTIVE DRAWING FOR INTERIOR SPACE
- OCT 03, 2011
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
What's in the book
The BookUsing step-by-step instructions together with line-colored drawings, Perspective Drawing for Interior Space offers procedural instruction that covers freehand and technical one-, two-, and three-point perspectives. This text begins with the basic fundamentals of perspective by utilizing geometric shapes (cubes, cones, pyramids) and then advances beyond the core skills, to creating furniture, and finally, complete interior spaces. Students will learn to use grids to help them draw scale and proportion in perspective. The text also teaches students to use floor plans and elevations to create these drawings.
Table of Contents
Perspective Drawing, Tools, and Other Essential Information
Drawing Basic Geometric Forms in Perspective
Drawing Furniture and Interior Spaces in One-Point Perspective
Drawing Furniture and Interior Spaces in Two-Point Perspective
Sketching Furniture and Interior Spaces in One- or Two-Point Perspective
Using Plan and Elevation Views for One-point Perspective Drawings
Using Plan and Elevation Views for Two-point Perspective Drawings
Creating Other Interior Details in One- and Two-Point Perspective
Creating Exterior Details in One- and Two-Point Perspective
Drawing Furniture and Interior Spaces in Three-Point Perspective
About The AuthorsChristopher Natale is an associate professor in the Interior Design department at The Art Institute of Phoenix, a CIDA-accredited program. Natale's product design experience includes both computer-aided design and traditional illustration methods. His original designs and custom pieces have earned numerous awards and gained wide recognition among prestigious galleries, private clients, and interior design firms.
- Page count:
- Fairchild Books
- 11 x 8.5 "
- full colour