Question 1: What are the different effects moving from one, two and three-point perspective?
What are the different effects of moving from one, two and three-point perspectives?
One-point perspective gives a more dramatic effect since the focal point is directly on the subject. The subject is placed in the spotlight and the viewer is unable to miss it.
Two-point perspective gives an overview of the environment, allowing the viewer to digest the view that is presented to them.
Three-point perspective gives different meanings depending on whether it is viewed from a high or low angle. From a high angle, three-point perspective makes the viewer feel small as it makes the subject seem bigger, extruding an intimidating aura. From a low angle, three-point perspective makes the viewer feel big and perhaps powerful, as it makes the subject seem smaller.
Question 2: How can you use perspective to draw attention?
We can draw attention by making use of the imaginary lines to lead a viewer’s eyes to a certain subject.