Quadrilateral Perspective


Integrated perspective is the association of all types of perspective resulting in a space totalization.

In the next pages we will find a demonstration of structure construction in several phases in order to provide a better understanding.

The crossing of lines of phase 1 show the points a and b. Point a corresponds to the vanishing point to where all the drawing lines converge. It is the infinity vanishing point on the horizon line. Points b are the distance points.

The space between points a and b corresponds to the distance in which the viewer is standing. The larger this space, smaller the structure distortion will be.


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