Intuitive Perspective
Intuitive Perspective
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Designing Dragons

Module 1

Intuitive Perspective

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Intuitive Perspective

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  1. Draw a variety of simple forms in a 1P perspective.
  2. Draw a variety of simple forms in a 2P perspective.
  3. Draw a variety of simple forms in a 3p perspective.
  4. Draw a variety of simple forms that seemingly occupy the same space (same HL).
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Ke You Ting
A little rough, but would love some feedback! :)
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Jarret
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Nathan
I'm not sure if these are enough forms per assignment.
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fantasytattooer
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Alberto Pardina
I feel like my 3p perspective may be a bit skew, should I place the VP further apart?
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Maggie Lasko
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Dusk
5mo
This assignment definitely was a challenge for me. I'm uncertain about my success with the 3 point perspective and multi-VP page, especially.
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Russell Fairchild
Feel like I'm starting to get a better grasp of this!
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Pavel Kviatko
Hi! Second assignment. Had a lot of fun with this one, I'm feeling way more confident eyeballing these shapes!
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Fatima Almoumen
Hi, part 3 and 4 of this exercise was a bit challenging but I think I managed it.
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Antonio Stappaerts
Your boxes are a bit distorted, this is because your lines of your box aren't comming together at the same point. A box in a 3 pp has 3 vp's; 1 vp is on the left side of the box (all lines from the box that are going to the left need to come together at the same point), the second one is on the right side of the box. These 2 vp's are sitting on the HL. Now if we look down on a box then the 3rd vp should be below the box and vice versa. 
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ishegeek
My assignment for module 1. I'm not so great at working with just a pen and struggled with 3pt perspective. I think that I messed up on the 2pt perspective and the 1pt perspective was harder than I thought it would be as I kept wanting to make ellipses. :-)
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Matt COUDERT
assignements in digital
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Antonio Stappaerts
Remember that in a 1 pp all converging cylinders have circles as an ellipse. The degree of your ellipse only changes in a 1 pp with horizontal and vertical cylinders. Also when a vertical cylinder gets closer to the HL, it's ellipse should become more and more narrow untill it's eventually flat (right on the HL)
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kemon
Hey Matt, your art work in your default album, it's so very good.
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tommyj
Had a really tough time with Assignment 3 and 4. Any feedback would be awesome and much appreciated 🙏🏼
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Antonio Stappaerts
Remember that when a vertical cylinder gets closer to the HL, it's ellipse should become more and more narrow untill it's eventually flat (right on the HL). Also, when we look up at a box (meaning the box is above the HL) the 3rd should then be above the box, not below.
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kemon
Fun stuff! nice!
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kemon
I drew the 1p perspective forms freehand. The 2p and 3p and assignment #4 I used a pencil to draw in vanishing point lines. Then drew over it with a pen. I have some experience with perspective in art and wanted to do some slightly complicated stuff that would be difficult (for me) to do freehand. Also I'm practicing value/cross hatching - line weight - with ink and just added that on these shapes.
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kemon
The first Image should be the 4th. The order is messed up. The second is 1st - the third is 2nd - the fourth is 3rd.
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Antonio Stappaerts
For boxes in a 1 pp (point perspective), all the vertical lines should be parallel with each other and all the horizontal lines should be perpendicular to these vertical lines (because there is no convergence in those dimensions)
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aspecialraptor
Hi! Here are my assignment pieces. I know he asks to draw with ink but I feel I need to up my line confindence digitally so I'm doing the course digitally. I'm not erasing or ctrl+z'ing. my many mistakes are bare.
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Ribosom
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Samuel Lemons
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Brennennen
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Antonio Stappaerts
Good job, remember that in a 2 pp your vertical lines should be perpendicular to the HL since there is no convergence towards a third vp.
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Kris
10mo
These were pretty fun! Working through multiple courses, so it took longer than expected. Tried to simulate permanence but ctrl z is a crippling addiction. Added some spheres for extra variety!
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Antonio Stappaerts
Very nice work! I love your intuitive perspective sheet
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Pink Valeranth
Wow that is REALLY well done. Great grasp of perspective.
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Aleksander Bubała
Another assignment
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