Re: House rendering vs architectural perception

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Posted by  Zeid on September 07, 2002 at 22:01:29:

In Reply to:  Re: House rendering posted by Paul Malo on September 07, 2002 at 13:12:22:

thank you for the information Paul,but there's a little thing i found uneasy also about this view,and i suppose it's not Thomas fault,but i assume that architecture students nowadays are highly depending only on computer ghraphics which gradualy will weaken their architectural perception with respect to time (this is of course a personal opinion of mine),i myself practiced free hand perspective and everyone acquainted with the freehand technics will know what i'am trying to say
i feel also that the background is irrelevant to the building ,in other words vanishing points (of the sides of the building that's parallel to the ground) usually vanishes in the horizon line in real life scenario,which is not the case here,but instead he used the dark silhouette as a supposed horizon line which is weakening (in my opinion) the realistic aspect of the view ,anyways Thomas don't mind my personal irritating perception ,but do send a little information explaining more the project next time,good luck.
best regards

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