Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Establishing perspective and basic shapes, part of Creating Commercial Illustrations.
- The first thing to establish is…the perspective.…Now, my idea was to have a room.…This room was going to have various elements in it.…Table, the door, the marquee itself.…Now, these things have to conform…to a very specific perspective…or else they're not going to look right.…Now, I have a whole course on artistic concepts…where I explain the idea of perspective,…but we're going to put it in use here.…I'm going to pull back a little bit.…And I'm going to say that my field of view…is right here.…
This is my eye-level.…That's going to be the horizon.…So what happens is, I'm going to create a line,…going straight across.…So with my line tool, I could just draw a line…going straight across where I want it to be.…And it's straight.…It is a straight line, going all the way across.…Like that.…Now, on to this horizon are…what's called the vanishing points.…So, with my pen tool,…I'm going to go in here and start one right here…And come down and meet right on that path there,…and then down.…Now, those become the beginnings of…
- Creating a lamp
- Adding realistic lighting
- Adding a wood texture to flooring
- Creating metal grills, bolts, and buttons
- Creating a cutaway view
- Adding shadows and reflections to glass
- Colorizing artwork
Skill Level Intermediate
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