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    no problem guys, it's the least I could do for fellow artists. Look for another tutorial soon, concerning how to make cool silhouettes in PS with just text. Simple, but I think might be helpful when you are low on ideas, creativity, or inspiration.

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    i dunno if this thread is dead or not but.... how about drawing 5 perfect cubes in two point perspective? can anyone do it?

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    what do you mean? drawing 5 perfect cubes in the same 2-point set-up, just spaced out a bit?
    keep in mind objects can have their own vanishing points in real life (just watch closely how buildings are warping around while going on a bus/on a train)

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3tr0idgrl View Post
    i dunno if this thread is dead or not but.... how about drawing 5 perfect cubes in two point perspective? can anyone do it?
    Try for yourself using the method described. I can't imagine placing more cubes in the same scene would be any more difficult than placing one (disregarding possible confusion from the amount of lines)

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    I tried using this method when you do not have symmetrical vanishing points and it confuses me. The height points do not seem to add up at all like in step 12..


    EDIT* I managed to correct myself by drawing several grids with a ruler. Being accurate is of the utmost importance when measuring these cubes. Nice tutorial!
    Last edited by Remo11; January 1st, 2014 at 09:24 AM.

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