Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Perspective basics, part of Illustrator for Non-Illustrators.
- [Instructor] Drawing can take on any style.…It doesn't have to be distinctly realistic.…But having a general understanding of perspective…will still help you create more compelling drawings…regardless of specific style.…So let's review some basics on perspective,…and how to think about them…when you approach your own drawings.…So you can take any theme, anything you're looking at.…In this case this is a desert theme.…It's out in the middle of the desert,…the flat plains, and you're looking off at the distance…to the mountain range, the sky,…and there's a man-made road that kind of,…obviously gives off the perspective that we see here.…
Now if we analyze this further, we'll go here.…You can see that we have what's called a horizon line.…That's what this line represents,…and we have what's called a vanishing point…right there in the middle.…The perspective lines, which are easily distinguishable…because of the road, point towards the vanishing point.…So what we're looking at here,…is a one-point perspective.…This image represents a one-point perspective.…
- Creating drawing brushes
- Drawing with the Pencil tool and the Paint Brush tool
- Analyzing form
- Perspective basics
- Proportion and distortion
- Drawing methods
- Contour drawing
- Still life drawing
- Drawing doodles
- Inking and coloring a drawing
Skill Level Beginner
Illustrator: Using Wacom Tabletswith Kevin Stohlmeyer48m 28s Beginner
1. AI Drawing Tools
2. Drawing Fundamentals
3. Drawing Methods
4. Drawing Details
5. Digital Drawers
6. Drawing Challenge
Never stop drawing1m 24s
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