In my prior post, I wrote about linear perspective. The technique assists viewers in seeing a 3 dimensional object on a flat surface. My painting, Abandoned Barn, Winter, is in 2 point perspective. The edges recede from the viewer and converge at 2 central points (vanishing points) on the horizon line (eye line). My painting has a high horizon line (eye line, marked HL). On the left side, the top & bottom of the roof converge to the left vanishing point (VP). Any parallel edges on the left side, i.e. edges of a window or door, would also converge to this vanishing point. On the right side, the small window’s upper and lower edges converge to the right vanishing point on the same horizon or eye level. As planes, i.e. the side of a building, move away from us they also decrease in size. Objects also decrease in the distances between them. If you look at the posts of a fence, you see there is less distance between each post as they move further into space.
Images of my painting, Abandoned Barn, Winter, are available currently as a poster and a male hoodie at my Zazzle shop. I will be adding images to more products. I also take requests. The sale on all my items continues. The original painting was sold.
I sell my original paintings and fine art greeting cards at my Etsy internet shop. Shipping is free world wide for all my original paintings. Fine art prints on archival paper or canvas are sold at my Fine Art America shop. Links to these internet shops are at the top of this site.
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