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This nifty trick was taught to me by a former teacher and should be a lifesaver to anyone who sucks at perspective, like i do
Paths are a very underused feature of photoshop. This is a great example of how handy they are, I use a technique like this all the time.
Thanks a bunch, Main Loop
neat! though does this work with only that kind of perspective, or all kinds of perspectives?
any of them that use a vanishing point... try it out and see if it works for you.. only thing it wont work for is isometric perspective
Paths is a great idea. I had been doing something similar with layers.
I heard an interesting idea tonight on Deke McClelland's Martini Hour 017 with Bert Monroy as guest.
He uses Illustrator to layout much of his work first, because of the giant off-document workspace area available.
Actually, since you can overextend paths in Photoshop too, I'm not sure I see why Monroy initially goes into Illustrator for that after all
If I remember correctly when watching one of the Massive Black videos I noticed some perspective custom brushes. Anybody know where I can find some of those?
You are prob. referring to the brushes made by m@. , and you should be able to get his brush set here: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=73169