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    Started working through "Perspective Made Easy" by Norling. Plus drawing things from life.

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    I have to say Norling's book is really good. Spent a lot of my time just drilling two point perspective. You think you understand it, then you sit down to apply it while trying to draw something from life and the theory just evaporates. Then the lines (from Vanishing Point to object) are wrong because your eye level is drawn at the wrong height. Takes a lot longer than I thought it would to get everything "sort of" correct.

    Arrangement of books to be slightly interesting.

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    Applying Perspective to something more real.

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    Its good fun though.

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    Some still lifes

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    The study of Norling's book continues.

    Placing figures with perspective.

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    Placing furniture in a box

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    More furniture

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    Finding the center of a table in perspective

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    Trying to apply these rules to life. A LOT of mistakes but only one way to get better.

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    All in all about as exciting as baked beans, none the less it needs to be done.

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