What do you see?

Does it make you wonder?

How is perspective art similar to the isometric drawing in yesterday’s post? How is it different?

You may also enjoy:

- Draw a chessboard in perspective view, using straightedge only
- Draw an infinite chessboard in perspective, using straightedge only
- The Mathematics of Perspective Drawing: From Vanishing Points to Projective Geometry

CREDITS: William Hogarth – “The importance of knowing perspective” (Absurd perspectives), Engraving on paper. From Wikimedia Commons.

Life is a mathematical problem. To pick up the most, you need to realize how to change over negatives into positives. Cheers!

That reminds me of the quote that life is like school backwards: It gives the test first, and then expects us to learn from it.