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Q: What is a vanishing point?
A: In short, in Linear Perspective drawing, the vanishing point is that spot on the horizon line to which the receeding parallel lines diminish.
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Updated 11/10/2016 8:44:33 PM
Edited by yumdrea [11/10/2016 8:44:18 PM]
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In short, in Linear Perspective drawing, the vanishing point is that spot on the horizon line to which the receeding parallel lines diminish.

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