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    and i know i have perspective problems (especially doing vehicles) so can anyone post links to tutorials on perspectives?

    Thanks in advance

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    try a web search for tutorials

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    Quote Originally Posted by madster
    try a web search for tutorials

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    i did but i found nothing (on perspective for vehicles)
    there was one site that i saw but i cant find it anymore
    any help would be appreciated

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    lol, madster, that's cold...

    Uhm, yeah. It is rather silly to ask people to do Google searches for you. But I'll admit that GOOD and FREE perspective tuts are hard to find. Here's one I had b'marked, just to get you started.

    http://www.drawblood.com/

    as far as the concept goes, work on just getting a fliud design together. It doesn't have to be Andorian-smooth, just consistent. Find a theme for your design and stick with it.

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    The essential...

    http://www.drawthrough.com/

    You might try to buy some of Scotts Gnomon DVDs if you have some spare cash. You also may try to find them online somewhere..

    Drawing vehicles is all about perspective and drawing through the form. Try starting with an X-Y-Z axis or drawing on a pre-made perspective grid.

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    thats the tut i was looking for! thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Helium Macaroni
    Try starting with an X-Y-Z axis
    and thats what i want to learn, like the porpotions and stuff

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