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May 11th, 2009 #1
How do you draw several people together in proper perspective?
What are the ways in which you can know you are drawing several figures in one scene standing and sittlng in proper perspective? I have trouble with making them all look like they belong in the same enviroment. Especially when I am working from photographs of real people and not just drawing from my head.
Trying to paste the photographs together in paintshop pro doesn't work either as I usually get the figures either too large or two small.
Any guides or scans of books anyone knows of?
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Loomis, Figure Drawing For All It's Worth, pp. 34-37.
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May 11th, 2009 #3
Loomis' Figure Drawing for all it's Worth has a few pages on multiple people in perspective. There's a download link to the PDF posted somewhere here.
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May 12th, 2009 #5
Awesome Thank you all.
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May 13th, 2009 #7
I printed a section of that Loomis book and am going to work more with it today. But, I do have a problem with the 8 heads high' thing, it doesn't show how to use that scale when drawing a man and a woman or someone taller and shorter with the same 8 heads scale in the same picture. So am I supposed to make the man's head larger? I'll have to think on that some more.
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May 13th, 2009 #10
A Mad Tea-Party (it's a webcomic)
May 13th, 2009 #11