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25th February, 2006 at 20:43:25 -

Hi, I'm pretty sure I have perpective errors in my picture. Could someone help me?
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25th February, 2006 at 21:07:37 -

Just quickly looking at it, it almost seems as if your vanishing point for the wall isn't quite right; which is throwing off everything else.

 
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25th February, 2006 at 21:28:57 -

Yes... I think I'll redraw it, but this time isometric, so all lines are parallel.

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25th February, 2006 at 21:50:25 -

The socket has some "errors" to...Upper line!

 
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25th February, 2006 at 22:18:55 -

The top and bottom lines of the poster and mirror shouldn't be parallel with the line between the ceiling and right wall. Ditto with the door and closet.

You have to make all lines go towards the vanishing point, which means that no two lines should be parallel unless they are on the same level.

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I've edited the left wall in the image above. I've left some of the construction lines in. As you can see the top of the door and closet is slightly not parallel to the wall, because it goes to the vanishing (which disappointingly lies off the edge of the picture).

 
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26th February, 2006 at 02:21:19 -

Oh, thank you very much. Still, I did redraw it.
It is better, isn't it?
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26th February, 2006 at 05:32:42 -

Of course, isometric viewpoints are physically impossible.

 
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26th February, 2006 at 15:29:33 -

You need help with perspective. But isometric images don't HAVE perspective. Everything is just parallel, which can never be achieved in real life!

 
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26th February, 2006 at 15:43:09 -

He is right

 
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26th February, 2006 at 17:51:12 -

Yeah, why ask for help if you are going to change it to isometric anyway?

 
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26th February, 2006 at 22:54:21 -

Isometric is dead easy, as long as you follow all the "rules"

 
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