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    Hi,

    Im new here and looking for help with drawing interiors for my work. Want to learn more about how to paint these spaces quick and realistic but not super real, just conceptual.

    Any tips about which part of this forum shows such things or where on the net to go.

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    no body got any tips or sites??

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    Learn perspective and the rest follows.


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    I was given this advice about a year or so ago, you might be able to make use of it. Otherwise, like Black Spot says, get your perspective right and a lot of it just falls into place. Then it's just a matter of adding details.

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    Thanks all,

    I actually know perspective already, its the rendering style that im interested in seeing and learning from other examples.

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