Posts tagged "perspective"
3 point perspective homework.
2 point vertical perspective homework.
2 point perspective home work lines and local lighting.
1 point perspective home work
Isometric perspective homework.
Probably going to upset some folks but, pros and beginners alike do this. To help clarify, set on the left is correctly in perspective and the set on the right isn’t.
The right example is usually people try to align front facing foot with the foot turned to the side. But it doesn’t work that way with that perspective angle. So in the end it looks flat because there is no depth to the foot.
And I had that problem myself in the past, when I got my portfolio reviews at Comicon it was pointed out to me as a huge flaw in my work. I got this- ” I can’t take you seriously with the way your feet look. It looks like this character is going to topple over any minute from your misplaced feet. If you want a strong character you have to have a strong stance and that’s all in the feet” the person who reviewed me and told me this was Derek Monster.
So I did a bunch of studies of feet/legs in perspective to the typical stances you find in concept art to better myself.
And it’s not even a thing about anatomy it’s just about -basic perspective-, the most basic of foundations. The first thing you should honestly study, I’m finding out from re-grinding my basic levels. Doing those perspective studies helped me WAY more right now then anything else because I can put things in better depth.
Yeah everyone does this cuz drawing shoes at that angle IS SO FRICKEN HARD BWAHHH!!! It is a good thing to point out though.