Drawing Perspective Views

Posted by Andy Faiz June 2, 2015

Patent Drawing Perspective Views

In perspective view, a three-dimensional object is shown on a two-dimensional surface. The view is not centered or orthogonal over any side. The perspective view at a properly selected angle gives a sense of a real object. It is much easier to understand than the orthogonal views because it gives a good sense of depth. Following are the typical types of perspective views:

  1. Front Perspective View: Shows the front side at some angle to the line of the orthogonal viewpoint of the front side.
  2. Rear Perspective View: Shows the rear side at some angle to the line of the orthogonal viewpoint of the rear side.
  3. Right Perspective View: Shows the right side at some angle to the line of the orthogonal viewpoint of the right side.
  4. Left Perspective View: Shows the left side at some angle to the line of the orthogonal viewpoint of the left side.
  5. Top Perspective View: Shows the top side at some angle to the line of the orthogonal viewpoint of topside.
  6. Bottom Perspective View: Shows the bottom side at some angle to the line of the orthogonal viewpoint of the bottom side.