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    3PT perspective ??

    Studying perspective... the teacher for my online course has no clue and I’m not sure I do either...

    I added the lines red-green myself the building to the right is overly skewed for this angle...
    So should it have been rendered in 2pt like my red lines suggest.. and why does it not follow the 3RD vanishing point???

    Do 3pt pers near the HL need 2pt fortification ?? or is 3pt for this image just overkill...

    thanks for any assistance.
    im reading perspective without pain and Perspective By Will Powell- both i might add skim over 3pt pers.



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    When using 3-point perspective, The entire image has to be within the three points.


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    is the building to the right in blue line "within" 3pt why-why not? it looks like its ready to toppel in 3pt

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