Perspective and foreshortening are both centuries-old techniques used to add depth to drawings. Selected from Adventures in Drawing Volumes 1, 2, 3 and the Bonus Pack, both optical and linear perspective are covered with lessons and projects that are fun for kids to draw while teaching important art techniques. Foreshortening is the process of adding depth to a drawing by making objects "shorter" than their actual length. A form of perspective, foreshortening is most often used in drawing human and animal forms.
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