I'm stepping out of my comfort zone and learning perspective (finally)!!
I will document my progress here and hopefully, if anyone feels or knows that I'm going about it the wrong way, don't be afraid to tell me!
On the other hand, if anyone has questions I'll try to answer along as I aquire my knowledge.
I want to go about this as thoroughly as possible, so what you'll see in the first coming weeks, will be pretty basic. I have so far learned how to construct basic one- and two point perspective setups (station point, ground line, cone of vision and so on), so I know how to avoid distortions. I'm going to focus on doing basic form constructions for a little and then move on to simple vehicles. After that, I'll move on to interiors and exteriors and learn the theory that's required.
I'm working through the following material:
Fundamentals of Perspective with Gary Meyer 1, 2 and later 3
Basic Perspective Form Drawing The Techniques of Scott Robertson
How to Draw Cars with Scott Robertson
Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach [Kindle Edition]
If you know of any other great material that could supplement, let me know!