Join Scott Onstott for an in-depth discussion in this video Composing perspective views, part of AutoCAD 2013: 3D.
Here you will use a camera to fine tune a perspective view. …Use a steering wheel to navigate in perspective. …And save where you end up with a named view. …Perspective was developed in the Renaissance to represent three dimensions …on two dimensional surfaces. Objects in perspective diminish in size …according to their distance from the observer. …And this approximates human vision. AutoCAD can create prospective …projections automatically. Open the Cathedral Four Project file, and …then go up here and click on the View Controls menu, and select Perspective.…
Hold down the shift key and drag the Mouse Wheel to orbit. …If you look carefully, you'll see that there is an object in here. …I'd like to get inside the building and take a look at it. …Roll the mouse wheel, and you'll zoom in. Drag the mouse wheel to pan.Navigating in …perspective using zoom and pan, is very awkward, because you can't really control …where you are. Now I can see that this is a vase, but if …I'd like to compose a view of this, we need a different way of approaching it.…
- 3D views, perspectives, and tools in AutoCAD
- Controlling the visual style
- Working with tiled viewports
- Composing perspective views
- Drawing in 3D
- Modeling an Ionic column
- Documenting 3D models
- Creating dynamic slideshows, animations, and renderings
Skill Level Beginner
1. Navigating in 3D
2. Drawing in 3D
Manually rotating the UCS5m 24s
3. Modeling an Ionic Column
4. Documenting 3D Models
Adjusting projections6m 29s
5. Creating Dynamic Slideshows, Animations, and Renderings
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