Monday, January 4, 2010

more on perspective







6 comments:

  1. thanks for sharing this tips.

    greetings from Chile.

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  2. A fast and easy method - very helpful! Thanks for posting this

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  3. This is great, thanks a lot Rad!

    -GC

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  4. Perfect, thanks Rad !
    I should take some times to practice now...

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  5. great tips rad,many thanks for sharin ^^

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  6. Thank you so much for this and your previous post. For some reason, when you explained perspective this way, I finally "got" it. All the points (one-point, two-point [...red-point, blue-point]) and the "eyeline" (which was never what you were looking at and totally confused me) and all those terms just melted away and I could see what perspective is FOR. It's not just for drawing thsoe weird buildings and streets and train tracks and boxes that recede kind of creepily into the distance. It applies to EVERYTHING, even when there's no background or objects or what-have-you. It's in every drawing because its purpose is to make all the objects in a picture look three-dimensional AND look "right" in relation to one another.

    Thanks again for boiling it down like that. I think I'm going to get a lot better at drawing whole pictures (and even sketches) very soon.

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