How does the artist imitate nature?
L’artist is an imitator of nature. Indeed, he sees the beauty in the nature, the spectacle of forms being realized and he communicates his vision to us in painting or sculpture. L’imitation of the natureor a model, seems to be one of the main sources of the creation artistic.
To create the illusion of the third dimension (volume and depth), Roman fresco painters used the technique of linear perspective. To render the volume of bodies and objects, they use the “modeling of tones”.
An article from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Three-dimensional modeling is the step in three-dimensional computer graphics which consists in creating, in a 3D modeling software, a three-dimensional object, by adding, subtracting and modifying its constituents.
Even if the illusion is caused by precise and targeted techniques, the finality will be different from one individual to another. It is the essence of art to arouse divergent, even contradictory reactions and to provoke questioning and debate.
The denomination three-dimensional images is the new name given to what was called perspective drawing or painting since the Renaissance. Here is an example of a perspective view made by Piero della Francesca in 1475 [réf. nécessaire].