Author: Plamen Nikolaev Kondov
Faculty of Fine Arts
University "St. St. Cyril and Methodius"
Project manager:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Svetoslav Kossev

We know that the perspective system is made exactly to achieve a realistic picture in a two-dimensional plane, but the image still remains two-dimensional and the difference is obvious. This system lacks the displacement of the left and right eye view, which makes the picture three-dimensional. At the center of this system is only the one eye point of view. Hence the conclusion that if we have an image constructed by the perspective system for each eye - left image for the left eye and right - for the right, and we can imagine them in such a way that the left eye can only see the "left image "and the right - just the" right image ", we will achieve a three-dimensional effect.

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The two-point perspective has a proven and logical system. Therefore, in order to draw correctly in a reverse perspective, a logical justification is needed. The dogmas of iconography require the iconographer to direct all the vectors of the religious storyline to the viewer. Therefore, objects are deliberately drawn in a reverse perspective. The paradox is that, in order to draw correctly in reverse, a system is also needed. Here I present my solution for drawing in a reverse perspective. For this purpose, I use a perspective system with two points.

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To illustrate this condition in the reverse perspective, I use the following solution:

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