Wednesday, April 27, 2011



  1. Cool blog man, keep it up.
    I have a question also actually, if you're doing a city or whatever drawing, and the perspective point is very far, how do you draw perspective lines? I can't imagine following your nose, is there some complex calculations to figure that out, or what?

  2. Thanks for the comments guys.

    Well I start with thumbnails. This will give me the rough perspective lines. I then photocopy it a big bigger and redraw all the perspective lines and make the objects or buildings as solid as I can. (Also called a mini rough) The final step is to blow it up to the size you want. You will have all your rough lines, and then if you want to redefine some things, see where all the lines are and cheat it a little. Basically if there are two perspective lines, you can draw another line in between the two and do an educated guess on where the line goes off the page. It may not be exact, but you will be in the ball range. Key is to make the final drawing appealing, even if you have to cheat it a little. Hope I explained it okay. It's always so much easier to show it.

  3. Oh, of course, pretty simple actually.

  4. Superb sketches bro!!