Aspective view means you are showing the most identifiable parts of the subject which provide the viewer the maximum amount of information from different angles. For example, in the painting below by William Adolphe Bouguereau, notice how he shows three sides of the female nude simultaneously. Employing aspective view in a composition also helps to enhance the illusion of the third dimension on a twodimensional surface.
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