perspective studies

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## perspective studies

I was just studying first point perspective and wanted to know if I was doing it right.

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here's some more that I did.

3. I think it'll be easier if u try to do it traditionally
ruler and pencil
but nice learning man! =D
Keep UP practising

4. In the first example, the perspective is clearly off on the top three cubes.

The second example is a little over the place. For this image, you want all of your diagonals to go through two corners of a cube and the rays of these diagonals to go through the vanishing point.

5. It's pretty simple. Draw a square. Draw a line from each point on the square to the vanishing point. Pick any point on one of those lines, and make a horizontal and vertical line, stopping at the next line. Make a second square that way, darken the lines of the box you've created and get rid of the guidelines you don't need any more. The three on the top right of the first image up there, it's clear you started good but didn't follow through. Look at the box on the top right, for instance. The initial square and lines to the VP are good. But the square behind it, for the back of the box, not a single corner is actually on the lines. That means you didn't actually use the guidelines after taking the time to draw them in the first place. Same with the boxes below it and to the left of it.

I would say that every single misshapen box is a result of you not using your own guidelines. Start using them, it'll make the whole process way easier.

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