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This a cool painting done by Noah Bradley. I was sitting down to study some perspective, and I was curious where Noah was laying his vanishing points for this image. I feel like I've guessed the correct VPs, but can anyone verify that and/or help me to see the correct VPs? So, from what I can see, it looks like there is 1 VP way up high and centered, 1 way left, and then 1 that is sort of center-right in the middle of the image? The last one doesn't sound right....but those parallel lines definitely seem to point towards a vanishing point being there.
Also, it feels like 3 point perspective because that distant building has a real sense of "largeness"; it really feels like we are looking up at it. Is this a good way to judge 3P perspective?
-I often post from my phone; so please excuse the typosSketchbook