Drawing and photos for continuing to work on perspective:
Here is the row of trees we started with. They are in one point perspective. I added a reddish cast to the closest one and a bluish cast to the most distant one. The mountains are blue because they are distant.
Below: MSs beautiful painting of some sphinxlike objects.
I did NOT use perspective to draw this bowl of fruit.Remember that it’s optional; you don’t have to use it in every drawing.
Nice photo of railroad tracks in one point perspective:
This city street is in one point:
View of the ocean! The true horizon is where the sky meets the edge of the sea.
The four basic shapes used by all artists… very quick sketch of them, not using formal perspective, but rather, doing a “quick and sloppy: sketch then adding shading and a highlight.
Hallway scene – try sketching
This is the house we drew in class
… and this is the splash page from my comic book Mythos #1. Notice that there is more detail in objects closer to us… objects further away are getting smaller, and have less detail. The bird-thing flying in the foreground overlaps on the giant carved head behind it, which clarifies its spatial relationship.
… and here’s that weird Star Wars type thing I doodled in class inspired by that guy’s video: