The world changes when your perspective does! High-angle VS Low-angle Drawings
"High-angle" is a drawing composition which perspective is right above or diagonally above the subject. A high-angle perspective enables us to draw our subjects looking up at us or the grandeur of a scenery that stretches toward the horizon.
"Low-angle" refers to a drawing composition which perspective is right below or diagonally below the subject. Using this perspective, an artist can draw the flutter of their favorite girl's skirt as well as the magnificent view of gigantic skyscrapers.
Our perspective of the same subject or object changes entirely depending on which angle we choose to apply. Which perspective of the world do you prefer? This time we're featuring illustrations of high-angle and low-angle. Enjoy!