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    First post - perspective sketch

    Here's a sketch I did...let me know what you think. I don't think I'll "finish" it, as I'm not all that skilled in PS yet... and I can't get Painter...

    First post - perspective sketch

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    Its not bad, very simple, not much detail but it makes it look bold and fresh, not crowded and not smudged, not messy, looks good. Looks like a plan for some sort of movie scenario or something, y'know like a scenario sketch.
    I like it, its simplicity doesnt drag away from it.
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    real clean and nice like eugi said, no smudges very good! : )

    I only have two minor crits, if I may be so bold. Is it me or does the upper left building seem to suddenly shift to a different vanishing point around the lower bridge level?

    I also think the two ellipses on the left side are off. If those are circles when viewed from the top of the building they will be a little narrower off to the side of the viewer like that.
    Check out http://www.drawthrough.com/tutorials/ellipses.html for great info on ellipses.

    Great stuff, I never can keep my technical drawings that clean : D Who cares if you dont have painter You should hit it with some markers : D

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    Thanks for the comments guys!

    good eye on the perspective The top left building actually tapers in at the top, giving it the odd perspective (visual tension and all that). So it'd look something like this in profile view:

    ---\
    ......\
    .......\
    .......|
    .......|
    .......|
    .......|

    (im no ascii artist lol)

    As far as the ellipses...good catch - they probably should be a bit smaller degree...Thanks for the tips

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