Figure 6

Perspective—finding the perfect fit. (left) A hypothetical landscape shown without perspective. It fits nicely into a rectangular format, but looks somewhat artificial. Background features appear too large. (middle) Excessive perspective convergence requires additional terrain to be shown in the empty corners, shown at A and B, thus increasing the amount of work and possibly including distracting or competing area. Background features are compressed. (right) Berann typically used modest amounts of perspective, especially on large-scale scenes.