I thought this was very useful way to lay down perspective grid

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    I thought this was very useful way to lay down perspective grid

    I was watching a workshop video from imaginefx magazine, and noticed this

    artist(Trevor Claxton) was using photoshop shape tool to lay down perspective

    guidelines.

    It looked like he had custom shape of that vanishing point and lines(drawn with

    path), so I searched for a long time to find one on the net, but was unable to

    find any. If anybody have these perspective lines, could you please share?

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    CA poster m@ had a custom brush pack with vanishing points and perspective grids.
    Edit: found 'em.
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=73169

    I'm pretty sure I've seen custom shape tools posted here, maybe try the stickied threads in the PS forum.

    Edit: Shape tools.
    http://www.itchy-animation.co.uk/mis...ive-shapes.csh
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=132023
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=125824

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    wow.

    oh wow
    thanks so much

    this was my first time visiting this forum and I am just truly amazed

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    No bother, everyone else did the legwork I just dug up some linkys.

    Enjoy yer stay.

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    ok so im a year late on this!
    its the polygon tool (U) in photoshop
    set the sides to 99 and use the pulldown tab, click "star"
    than under "indent sides" set your value to 99 percent
    hope this helps

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