Point of View definition

A point of view in drawing is simply what position an observer is in relation to the objects in a picture.  The point of view is determined by where a viewer is stationed in relation to everything else he sees.  For example, if one has a birds-eye view, one will see objects beneath him.  If one has a normal view, objects will appear how he normally sees them.  If one has a worms-eye view, objects will appear much larger than normal.