Leonardo's Window

by Pedrodeoro, published

Leonardo's Window by Pedrodeoro Apr 25, 2013
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Leonardo Da Vinci used this window to help draw their pictures. I did this for the class of technical drawing of my brother in Fine Arts.

How to use:

Put an object behind the methacrylate using an acetate sheet with the marks you require your picture (land line, vanishing point, etc..) Put it on the methacrylate panel vertically. Look through the eye by adjusting the height and depth. The marks of the acetate sheet will help you draw your figure.



2 x Aluminium bar, 8mm diameter, 60cm lenght.
1 x Aluminium bar, 8mm diameter, 45cm lenght.
2 x Aluminium bar, 6mm diameter, 45cm lenght.
1 x Aluminium bar, 6mm diameter, 20cm lenght.
2 x Hinge
1 x Panel of methacrylate 45x45cm.
1 x Panel of methacrylate 45x32cm.

Some screws, nuts, washers and glue.

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It looks interesting, but I agree it's not very clear how you're supposed to use it. Could you explain it a bit more? I'm intrigued!

Suggestion: post some instructions and photos on how to use this tool. I haven't the first clue