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Why Perspective?

Why Perspective? By Verónica Arís The practice of drawing is exemplary to observe directly three different stages of our visual perception: first, what do you think you see, second, what do you see, and third, what do you really understand of what you see. Most of the people enroll in a class of drawing being at the first stage, the one in which you are aware of what you think you see, even though some of them are apparently more talented than others. But the truth is that everyone is at the first stage before a class in a Fine Art Academy. Clearly, this is not a problem for most of the people. If they can manage a nice result to have fun it is quite O.K. But the struggle begins when you are not that convinced by your results even though they are nice and your mom considers you the artist of the family. Each time you want to make progress in getting better in ‘how reality is’ you are in a huge struggle of not knowing how to do it. You feel you are blocked somehow within a kind of min…

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