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Thread: Drawing & Perspective[Art]

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    You don't have to complicate it that much. Sure, if you want to.


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    I think I'm gonna go try measured perspective, this reminded me I used to be able to do that.

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    Hey, thanks, this really helped me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puinkey View Post
    owh ...
    so what if its a character that we need to "perspectivate" ?

    Do you mean we should split them up into basic shapes and align them with the H line ?
    Like square heads, square torso , square hips and like that ?
    Meh, I usually free-sketch by eye and do just fine.

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    Good tutorial Mantha, I quickly drew this with your technique:

    http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/6122/perspectivet.jpg

    Although, I am still having trouble fully grasping the concept of multiple perspective (multiple vanishing points) Such as the image you showed above with the detailed building. Aswell as drawing complex objects in perspective... Do you just break them down into basic shapes?

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    Nice tutorial ,

    its hard tough
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    Quote Originally Posted by CronosXIII View Post
    Good tutorial Mantha, I quickly drew this with your technique:

    http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/6122/perspectivet.jpg

    Although, I am still having trouble fully grasping the concept of multiple perspective (multiple vanishing points) Such as the image you showed above with the detailed building. Aswell as drawing complex objects in perspective... Do you just break them down into basic shapes?
    Of course you break them down into basic shapes.


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    nice tutorial. This could become of some use when i get into more advanced animations
    The Alpha and the Omega

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    Thanks, this really helped me understand how to draw in perspective

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