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hi friends i just started a sketchbook for my studies......currently i'm styding perspective .......since a beginner to the perspective i'm really in need of critics and comments
so far i drew boxes with shadows ...this time i tried a different object .....so i drew a pyramid object with its shadow in a perspective manner ..below u can see the steps
A pyramid boject on a box object
plezz point out me where ever i'm wrong .....thanx
Last edited by agrmrs; April 3rd, 2010 at 07:55 AM.
I can't really comment on mathematical perspective, so I don't have much to critique. However, have you thought about applying what you've learned of perspective to a real life object? Now that you know how perspective works in a vacuum you should see how it works (or doesn't) in the real world.
i tested it in real world too (this pyramid i made with a hardboard quickly and unveiled to the sunlight )......
... i think those theories make us more accurate in real world every object like buildings , railway or normal roads all got perceptive .....even human body too ...... we were discussing it in this thread and me decided to keep it further .... so i made a sketch book here ....as u seen in that thread my first pyramid's shadow was incorrect .....forum guys helped me to correct it my opinion is that technical or real both got the same principles thanx
Last edited by agrmrs; July 5th, 2013 at 09:42 AM.
i have a little question ...... when making an object on a plan to a 3d object why we use a ground plane ? ....... isn't horizon line enough for that purpose ? coz ground plane should also end up in the horizon line ...isn't it ? can some one explain me ...... thanx