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    Perspective Tutorial

    Hello, loves. I created this tutorial a while ago. It covers perspective for beginners.

    http://sashas.deviantart.com/art/The...orial-94166651

    Enjoy. : )
    Last edited by sashas; February 14th, 2010 at 12:47 PM. Reason: Added tutorial as attached images
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    thank you!!
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    very useful, thank you!
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    VPs off the page

    Any tricks for dealing with this, when not doing a finished formal drawing?? Thanks for the tutorial. Judy
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    Really helpful. I also like the tone of voice you used.
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    So handy, thank you for breaking it down so easily.
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    Question. For 3 point perspective I don't understand how you can divide the vertical line in half for a unit of measurement. Since it is tilting away from you the front half should be bigger then the back half, even if its only by a small amount. Is there another way to do this?
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    love the tutorial!! Finally understand. You have made it simple which can follow easily. Thanks so much!!!
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    Thank you for this tutorial.

    It was very intuitive and lighthearted :p

    Now I'm reading to go back to Successful Drawing.
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    Very nice Tutorial! Have you created some more tutorials lately?
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