by Dallas Good
About the Book
Learn all about the basics of perspective drawing. Explore 1point, 2point and 3point perspective techniques. Learn how to draw simple and intermediate level objects and environments. - Terminology - Formulas - Approaches - Diagrams / Illustrations - Thoughts and Instructions - AND MORE We address the "long-hand" way to build your perspective formulas, but we also learn "short-cuts". And we explore some of the ways that the "individual tools" can be combined to create more powerful "Perspective tools and techniques". This book is intended for beginning to intermediate perspective drawing students. and for those who need to "brush up" on their theory. Mastery of these techniques will greatly aid your ability to "freehand sketch" and to "invent objects and scenes in solid perspective". The lessons learned here are great for many of the visual arts disciplines, like Illustration, Fine Art, Entertainment Design, Product Design, Set Design, Transportation Design, etc. Also: A special thanks goes out to Thomas Bertling for his contributions. This is the Second Edition.
Features & Details
- Category Education
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Jun 06, 2010
- Tags Renaissance Perspective, Vanishing Point Perspective, Vanishing Point, Spiral Staircase, drawing in perspective, perspective drawing, Perspective, Design, Stairs, Chairs, Environments, Slicing, Grids, drawing