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Re: Basics 101: Class 2 - Foundation of Perspective

Anna -
You're off to a good start
The bottom box is very well drawn .
But at the top you seem confused. Further away looks smaller, even when not square to the viewer.




a is further away than b, so it should be smaller, not larger as you drew it. Same for the other sides.


"Draw what you see, not what you think you know what it looks like"






Keep up the good work . Can I see another try ?
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Arnoud, thank you so much! I understood this angle is wrong, but could not guess why. I will have another try of course.
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Re: Basics 101: Class 2 - Foundation of Perspective

Hello. Here is my new reference



and a drawing


The right vertical side of the box seems to be a little bit longer than the left...
And the lower right angle is larger, I see it now. Suppose I moved the upper reference box accidentally while working
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Anna -
There is no need to copy the reference exactly, but it must be correct with respect to the basic physical principles.
In this case further away looks smaller. So if you draw lines at the sides, they will come together, not leaving each other.




Those lines are called vanishing lines, and are needed in checking more complicated perspective cases.
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Good evening
I can manage one box, but two seems to be a challenge. But I have to go through it.

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Anna -
"Draw what you see"

What I see in the reference photo is this:




And this is what you draw:




I don't want to discourage you by coming back on it every time, but the first thing that you have to learn now, in order to learn to draw, is recognizing the correct direction of a slope.
Keep up the good work
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Arnoud, doesn't the object gets more narrow when it comes up? (Confused)
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Arnoud, doesn't the object gets more narrow when it comes up? (Confused)


Well, the first step in learning to draw is learning to see.




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Very well done, Anna
This is correctly interpreted.
Please move on to class 3
And remember the lessons of this class, class 3 is in a sense a repetition of this class.
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