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Hello, loves. I created this tutorial a while ago. It covers perspective for beginners.
Enjoy. : )
Last edited by sashas; February 14th, 2010 at 12:47 PM. Reason: Added tutorial as attached images
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very useful, thank you!
Any tricks for dealing with this, when not doing a finished formal drawing?? Thanks for the tutorial. Judy
Really helpful. I also like the tone of voice you used.
Question. For 3 point perspective I don't understand how you can divide the vertical line in half for a unit of measurement. Since it is tilting away from you the front half should be bigger then the back half, even if its only by a small amount. Is there another way to do this?
love the tutorial!! Finally understand. You have made it simple which can follow easily. Thanks so much!!!
Thank you for this tutorial.
It was very intuitive and lighthearted :p
Now I'm reading to go back to Successful Drawing.