Landscape Art – Atmospheric Perspective

This term 3/4J are learning about Landscapes. We have already learnt about one point perspective, with a horizon line, a vanishing point and diagonal lines that lead the viewers eyes IN to the painting. Another way that artists show depth in their paintings is to use Atmospheric Perspective. This strategy has been around for hundreds…

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Van Gogh’s Bedroom Perspective

Some artworks and artists use  PERSPECTIVE. A very common type of perspective is one point perspective.   Its when the eye is drawn to a point on the horizon. Like this!     The use of perspective lines can be seen in Van Gogh’s “Bedroom at Arles” painting. Objects closer to the front of the…

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Two Point Perspective Artworks

Finally! Here are some of our two point perspective artworks. These were a lot trickier and our pages were covered in lines! We hope that they look like the buildings are coming right out at you, what do you think?

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Art Extension Task

If you have finished your other artworks, you may like to try your luck at Three Point Perspective. First of all, watch and copy this tutorial: Then grab some grid paper from Miss B and clip it in place behind some blank paper. Use the grid to try and draw a ‘worm’s eye perspective’ artwork…

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Two Point Perspective

Learning Intention: To use orthogonal lines to create  two point perspective artwork. Okay 5/6J, time to put our skills to the test! Let’s watch this video on how to create 2 point perspective. Cool effects can be created:     Now here are the artworks we are going to create! But don’t worry, Miss B…

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Art Term 3 – Perspective

Learning Intention: To create a landscape that uses one point perspective as a way to show depth in an artwork. Artists use perspective to show depth in their artworks. There is three types of perspective, one point, two point and three point perspective. One point perspective was first seen in many artworks from the Renaissance….

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