Unit 4: Perspective and Proportion

Perspective can help your create compositions from your imagination while achieving correct proportions | taught by DrawPj Team
  • 7 Videos
  • 1 Quiz
  • 6 PDFs
  • 21.0 hrs

Course Curriculum

Week 1
28:26
Perspective and Proportion Course Book and Assignments - week 1
Introduction to Perspective
Draw Wooden Floorboards on a Boardwalk
Draw a Simple Interior with Floor Tiles using One Point Perspective
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Week 2
38:24
Perspective and Proportion Course Book and Assignments - week 2
Drawing Simple Rectangular Shapes
Draw a Book Case in One Point Perspective
Draw an Ellipse in One Point Perspective
Draw a Fence in One Point Perspective
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Week 3
Perspective and Proportion Course Book and Assignments - week 3
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Week 4
Perspective and Proportion Course Book and Assignments - week 4
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Week 5
Perspective and Proportion Course Book and Assignments - week 5
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Weeks 6 and 7
Perspective and Proportion Course Book and Assignments - weeks 6 and 7
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Test your Knowledge
Unit 4 Quiz
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Course description

Understanding Perspective is exciting and fun with our unique colour-coded method. You will soon discover that it’s easy to create a huge variety of drawings from your imagination using these rules of perspective and methods for achieving correct proportions.

  • Learn the basics quickly and easily with our unique colour-coded step-by-step process.
  • In this unit you will learn how to draw from your imagination using the rules of one and two-point perspective.
  • We start with some basic shapes in perspective and then progress step-by-step to more complex perspective objects.
  • You’ll learn how to use ‘the sighting technique’ to apply proportion to drawings from life.
  • In the final two weeks of the course you will create a beautiful drawing of a building in three-point perspective.

For more details see the course outline page.

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Instructor

DrawPj Team
DrawPj Team
The DrawPj On-line Instructor Team

Cindy Wider, Tannis Trydal and Brigitte Back