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Your sketches put a smile on my face. I really enjoyed seeing how you structure your drawings with the perspective lines and that you can see many different stages in the process in a few of them. They all got a lovely mood.
My sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=128951
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August 30th, 2014 #5
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Wow. You're use of perspective is very inspirational. Amazing job! I need to subscribe to this thread, looking forward to more
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September 1st, 2014 #11
These are so beautiful and such a pleasure to look at. I love all your architecture sketches and the one with the band. This makes me wish I'd practice my perspective more often. Please keep posting!
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September 1st, 2014 #12
Your skills in perspective give me much envy.
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September 1st, 2014 #13
I would like to thank everyone for the comments; I am noticing quite a few of you commenting on my use of perspective, and I'm glad to see that it is bringing in such a positive response. I have to say that this type of work is something that I enjoy doing and is one of my stronger areas. (One of my art directors once commented that my mind was like a 3D engine with a slower render rate)
However, keep in mind that while it is an important skill to have, perspective is not really that difficult. It's just geometry with a bunch of rules built in that get more complex as you add vanishing points and progress form 1 point perspective to 3 point. (Or more, if you choose to go curvilinear with it...)
The fact that this is the focus of most of the comments tells me that I need to start working on other skill sets more.