# MichaelPrescott

Michael Prescott
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### Arrows of Indra (Front Half) by MichaelPrescott, visual art

My Bio
Current Residence: Toronto
Shell of choice: Cockle
Skin of choice: My wife's

Favourite Movies
Sally Potter's "Yes"
Favourite Writers
Robert Frost
Photoshop CS4, Wacom Cintiq 12WX (thanks hon!)

## Posts

I've turned what I learned about placing vanishing points into a little video lecture/tutorial. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6451u7OL9Q&feature=youtu.be
This is a question that's bugged me for a while. Let's say you're doing a simple two-point perspective, with parallel vertical lines. &nbsp;You draw your basic box, whose horizontal sides each line up with one of the two vanishing points. Now you add a new box, stacked on top of it, but it's rotated with respect to the first one. &nbsp;Where do the new vanishing points go? Let's say you're looking north, and you have two vanishing points, northwest, and northeast. &nbsp;They're equally spaced to either side of the center of the picture. &nbsp;As we know, NW and NE are 90 degrees apart on the compass, so in a sense the two vanishing points are "90 degrees apar