Questions about the way objects appear based on spatial attributes: how objects relate to the observer.

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Drawing in Perspective: Fit sphere into cube

Assuming I have a cube drawn in two-point perspective (or even three-point). I'd like to draw a sphere inside the cube such that it touches all sides. A sphere becomes a circle on paper. How do I ...
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How do I find the inclination of my Horizon line with respect to the paper/board while sketching a 2-point perspective?

Premise: In a 2-point perspective, the two vanishing points dictate the angle of the lines parallel to the respective axes they represent, say X and Y, while the third axis, say Z, is ...
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Make a transparent 3D sphere with objects inside

I want to build a 3d sphere as a container which has a blurred transparent surface and wrapped some objects inside. (Objects are placed on the half floor). I've created something similar, in 2D to ...
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Google Design Spec - Layout

According to the Google Design Spec under Layout Principles, The left and right actions in a toolbar are never split by another sheet of paper. However, a toolbar can constrain its width to less ...
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Optimizing Background/Wallpaper Images for Perspective Zoom

Since perspective zoom has become a thing in iOS, it's seemed that making a background/wallpaper at "640x1136" or "750x1334" isn't technically correct as part of the wallpaper is initially obscured ...
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Rationale on pincushion perspective (vanishing points)

I looked for a StackExchange community but I did not find any Art site so I think this is the closest place. I'm studying perspectives. I've seen 4 and 5 point perspective is often explainable as a ...