
=
Traditional
Perspective 
=
The
Point (Meditation) 
=
Acknowledgment,
Offering, Dedication 
=
Foreword 
=
Presentation 
=
Introduction 
=
Geometric
Element 
=
Elements
About the Vision 
=
New
Foundation – New System 
=
Remarks

=
Parallel
Perspective (1 vanishing point) 
=
Aerial
Parallel Perspective (2 vanishing points)

=
Scales
Most Used in Perspective Drawings 
=
Construction
of the System 

Parallel
Perspective (1 Vanishing Point) 
= Location
of the Vanishing, View and Depth Points 
= Planes
in Several Positions From a Single View
Point 
= How
to Draw a Cube 
= Construction
of Cubes in a Space Measured in Millimeters 
= Construction
of Boxes in Parallel Perspective Measured in Millimeters 
= How
to Draw a Plane in Squares in Parallel
Perspective 
= How
to Draw an Environment in Parallel Perspective 
= Construction
of a Staircase in Parallel Perspective 
= Inclination 
= Inclination 
= How
to Draw a Spiral Staircase 

Aerial
Parallel Perspective (2 Vanishing Points) 
= Parallel
Perspective – aerial view 
= Geometric
Structure – view from top to bottom 
= Parallel
Perspective – aerial view from bottom
to top 

Oblique
Parallel Perspective (2 Vanishing Points) 
= Illustrative
Drawing 
= Cube
in Oblique Perspective 
= Construction
of a Cube in Oblique Perspective 
= Location
of the Measurement Points 
= Plane
in Squares in Oblique Perspective 
= Oblique Perspective 
= How
to Draw the Oblique Perspective and the Parallel Perspective Simultaneously, Within the Same Visual
Space, With a Single View Point

= How
to Work on Oblique Perspective Without Drawing
a Plane in Squares 
= Construction
of a Staircase in an Environment Oblique Perspective 
= Construction
of a Spiral Staircase 
= Inclination 
= Construction
of a Box With Raised Lid 

Aerial
Oblique Perspective (3 Vanishing Points) 
= Geometric
Structure 

Integrated
Perspective (5 Vanishing Points) 
= Integrated
Perspective (5 vanishing points) 
=
Geometric
Structure 

Study
On The System 
=
Study
Conclusion – Horizon Line 1.70 m
high 
=
Horizon
Line 1.70 m high 
=
Explanation
on the Several Lines and Points
in Quadrilateral Perspective 
=
Pentagonal
Symmetry in Painting  Cosmic Harmony 
=
Conclusion 