When constructing perspective images of high-rise buildings, an important role is played by the correct consideration of perspective vertical reduction. The method of projections onto a vertical plane does not reflect these abbreviations at all.
The construction of a perspective image on an inclined plane does not give positive results, since the determination of the degree of inclination of the picture plane, which is of great importance for identifying promising reductions, is made without taking into account the peculiarities of visual perception. This creates angles and abbreviations on perspective images that are completely untrue.
You can give another perspective image gallery which was given earlier.. The plot was made at a more significant vertical angle of view (= 40 °). The distortions in it manifested themselves to a much stronger degree. In the image constructed by the proposed method, perspective reductions are taken into account, thereby achieving its compliance with a drawing from nature made from the same observation point.
A number of other distortions: the slope of walls, distortion of right angles at the intersection of verticals with the horizon, etc. The question of the degree of inclination of the picture plane depending on the vertical angle of view has not yet been fully resolved, as evidenced by various and rather contradictory recommendations. The above-mentioned disadvantages of this method and the comparative complexity of the constructions led to the fact that it was not widespread.
On the examples of a high-rise building on Komsomolskaya Square and the Ivan the Great bell tower in the ensemble of the Kremlin Cathedral Square, perspective images are given taking into account perspective vertical reductions. The construction of perspective images of the hotel on Komsomolskaya Square was carried out at a vertical viewing angle of 40 °. This observation point according to the master plan is located near the corner of the Kazansky Tower.