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Old 03-22-2011, 08:12 PM   #1
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Perspective tutorials?

This might have been asked before, okay not might, probably but anyway. I tried to search but didn't find what I was looking for. So could anyone give me some good links to perspective tutorials? ♥
 
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If your looking for drawing tutorials a simple google search should be sufficient to get started. Search for one point, two point and three point tuts. There are a couple of modified one point perspective tuts if you are drawing in a limited area, fake one point. Hope that helps.
 
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Please look in the sticky thread at the top of this forum. It includes links to perspective tutorials.
 
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If your looking for drawing tutorials a simple google search should be sufficient to get started. Search for one point, two point and three point tuts. There are a couple of modified one point perspective tuts if you are drawing in a limited area, fake one point. Hope that helps.

Oo thank you! I didn't know that it was called that, so that helped a lot!


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Please look in the sticky thread at the top of this forum. It includes links to perspective tutorials.

I did, but only one of those links works, and I was looking for something shorter than that.
Maybe you guys should update the links in the sticky threads, there are a lot of links that isn't working ♥
 
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Looks like I need to check those links. It's been a while.

Have you checked out Successful Drawing by Andrew Loomis? Search for it and you'll find it--it contains a lot of information on perspective, and is a classic art instruction book.
 
Old 03-25-2011, 09:52 PM   #6
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^^ Yep just did and wow, I'm so in love with the books! I put them on my ipad and I'm now reading them before I sleep hehe. Such incredible books!

Thanks for all the tips guys!
 
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