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Perspective Tricks that Work! Spheres & Pumpkins 🎃

October 26, 20171 Comment

Perspective is quite scary… If you do it wrong, your work can look childish! There’s just so much that goes into perspective and it would take an entire course to cover it all 😉 **hint hint*** While you wait for Marshall’s course, here are some tricks for drawing spheres and pumpkins in perspective.

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Structure Basics – Making Things Look 3D

August 5, 201312 Comments

You can simplify pretty much any organic object into sphere, cylinders and cubes or a combination of these three forms. In this episode I explain when and how to use each.

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The Illusion of Depth – Edge, Line, Cast Shadow and Paint Thickness

May 15, 20139 Comments

In this third part of the illusion of depth, we’ll look at how edges, lines, cast shadows, and paint thickness can be used to add depth to your drawings and paintings.

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The Illusion of Depth – Perspective, Details and Overlapping Forms

May 1, 20137 Comments

In this second part of ‘The Illusion of Depth’ series, I cover perspective, converging lines, overlapping forms, foreshortening, scale and detail. Using shape related concepts to add depth to your artwork.

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The Illusion of Depth – Contrast, Aerial Perspective and Form

April 6, 201321 Comments

In this first part of ‘The Illusion of Depth’ series, I cover contrast, atmospheric perspective / aerial perspective and form. Using color and value related concepts to add depth to your artwork.

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