BTW, as my post title says, Tsampective. "Ano ito" siguro ang ask nyo.
The first time I heard this term was from my College Prof. Akala ko nagkamali lang ako ng dinig. Later on he explained it naman.
Konting trivia muna mga beki. In Architecture, or kahit sa Interior Design, we spend most of our time drawing. And 'pag presentation na, ang pambungad mo ay ang Perspective. Mapa-exterior or inertior man 'yan. Kumabaga pambulaga talaga. Pwede mong i-judge ang drafting skill ng isang arki student o arki sa husay nyang mag-perspective. Yung manual ha, at hindi yung 3D courtesy of AutoCAD or Revit :)
AB for Arki Beki. Notice the Left Vanishing Point & Right Vanishing Point.
Above is a sample (sample lang mga teh, baka may mag-violent reaction d'yan ha) of a "matinong" perspective.
Balik tayo sa Tsampective. Tsampective pala mga teh, based on my prof is Tsambang Perspective. Tsamba by means of distorted na yung drawing mo. Pwedeng dahil sa time restraint, tinatamad ka, o talagang noong nagsabog ng talent si capital H-I-M ay tulog ka pa rin.
This is Tsampective. Distorted kasi walang mga Vanishing Points.
I remember this term dahil sa mga classmate ko back in College days. Si V at M.
V is working in Makati, I think arki firm. I asked him why didn't he take the LEA (Licensure Examination for Architects). He answered: "Kumikita naman ako...." When I heard this, my brain did a cartwheel. Sabi ko na lang sa sarili ko, si V, may Tsampective sa buhay.
But in the case of M, it's worse. Graduate siya ng Architecture. Kumbaga may degree. Pero sa'n siya ngayon? Isa siyang Call Center Agent sa Makati. Sabi ko, Tsampective again with a lot of distortions. I have nothing against Call Center Agents, but in the case of M, sayang yung 5 taon....nalihis kumbaga.
The latest I heard from V, he is planning to take the LEA I think this January 2012. Kumbaga may Vanishing Point na.
Si M you asked? Sad to say Tsampective pa rin....