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yeah, the same issue with trying to make VPs off the page. i extended another piece of paper, but it was so troublesome.
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But why not follow me and doing it on the computer ? If you need photo-manipulation software, Gimp is completely free . The latest version for Windows is here. It has a steeper learning curve than (expensive) Photoshop, but you need only a few functionalities, and a very extensive tutorial can be found here.
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well that doesn't help when i am trying to draw it! i guess i wish i could figure it out without too much fuss. maybe that is asking too much
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well that doesn't help when i am trying to draw it! i guess i wish i could figure it out without too much fuss. maybe that is asking too much
On the contrary ! The best way to learn is draw it first, then check (perspective lines, measuring, ...) and correct freehand, check again.
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hmmm...ok. that seems maybe a little easier. if i did it in photoshop for awhle to check, will it eventually come easier?
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hmmm...ok. that seems maybe a little easier. if i did it in photoshop for a while to check, will it eventually come easier?
Yes, definitely, you'll give yourself feedback as if by a "life" teacher, learning to see where you tend to err .
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This is my sketch so far...

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Very good job, dahlialia .
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Thanks arnoud.

Here is my finished sketch, and my dice.



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I hope it's ok to give this one bump; I think my last post might have gotten missed amongst the site downtime.
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I think my last post might have gotten missed amongst the site downtime.
Yes, sorry, I was out of contact for a while .
This is very well done, dahlialia .
Please move on to class 4 .
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This took a while..
Too much work and not enough time..



and I did some quick sketches of cubic objects a few days ago..

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Well done, flug .
Take care when drawing small "cubic"objects not to loose the perspective idea. Strongly retreating lines cannot run parallel in the drawing.



That is the engineers' method of drawing, but (realistic) artists are assumed to draw in perspective.
You did very well in this class, please move on to class 4 .
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Very good so far, Huan .
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