Class began with a demonstration on One-Point Linear Perspective as well as Two-Point. We also laid out the ground work for our Imaginary Space in two-point linear perspective. Linear perspective creates the illusion of spatial depth. Some rules are: 1. Perspective establishes viewer location 2. Parallel lines will appear to converge at vanishing points located on the horizon line (eye level). In other words, the left front edge of the floor is parallel to the right back edge. Notice that they are at similar angles. Therefore, they are converging towards a vanishing point located on the left side. 3. Objects appear to get smaller as they recede into space. Notice that the front corner of the ground plane is wider than the back corners.