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Old 05-30-2016, 10:10 AM
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Re: Basic 101: Class 3 - Drawing Cubic Objects

Thank you for the encouragement in the last two assignments. Here is the 3rd one. I first made rough lines using ruler and then draw with hands. It's been a good practice for straight lines. I have no idea how to shade to make them look more real, especially the glass....

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Good job on the perspective .
I have one comment: the biggest obstacle in drawing realistically is freewheeling on your imagination and not carefully observing the reality. You applied the same vanishing point for the top of the clock and the wall. But look at the reference, and indeed at the way you drew the bottom (blue line), the clock is not oriented parallel with the tiles. So, it must have a different vanishing point, in this case more to the right.



These classes have some structure, shading is in class 8. There is a reason, start your journey concentrating on the correct forms and proportions. Look how you drew the glass bigger than on the reference. And the top of the clock is completely off in proportion.

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Thank you arnoud for checking for my last drawing. I made another effort today and tried to focus more on perspective. Thanks again.

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Very good job, ruiting .
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