Saturday, September 17, 2016

One-Point Perspective Practice

Big thanks to for providing an article called "One Point Perspective Drawing: The Ultimate Guide" [link below] which is a staggeringly long and detailed resource for learning about the first lesson on perspective drawing. I decided take full advantage of their work to improve my skills on perspective. I drew some of lines with the help of a ruler but many of them were drawn freehand because the article suggested that it might also be a good idea. I probably wouldn't use freehand so much if I'm working on a drawing like this but I found it surprisingly easy for me to draw straight lines without the help of a ruler. I used to be crap at drawing even simple straight lines when I first started practicing this hobby.

Okay, now for the next one. . .

The article included a tutorial on how to use one-point perspective to draw floating 3D letters. Heh. .  I like to call this one "Putting hard work into HARD WORK" because there were so many lines to draw. It makes me think about just how much more effort will be required as I decide to up my art standards as I improve my skills. It's both daunting and exciting to me.

I didn't finish reading the entire article mentioned above yet but I'm going to go back to it to learn more and do more of the exercises some other time. Right now, I'm taking a break.


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