Which Perspective Drawing Book is the Best?


#1

Which perspective drawing book is the best that is used commonly for post secondary or workplace?


#2

Andrew Loomis’s “Successful Drawing” has been a classic in teaching perspective drawing for decades, and it still holds up today quite well.

Scott Robertson’s book is one of the best modern books on perspective drawing.
http://www.amazon.com/How-Draw-sketching-environments-imagination/dp/1933492732/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1425012981&sr=8-3&keywords=perspective+drawing

There are now more and more books on the subject and it’s hard to keep up with them all, but I would assume the highest rated ones with lots of customer reviews on amazon will be quite good (just search for “perspective drawing”).


#3

http://www.amazon.com/Basic-Perspective-Drawing-Visual-Approach/dp/1118134141


#4

Can see the Andrew Loomis books recommendations in the sticky threads. Where a lot of people start their art self-education, with the most basic book from him called Fun with a Pencil. But I learn drawing from a book name ‘The Fundamentals of Drawing’ that I have got from online art supply stores. The book have 2 version. You can also try that book.