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Five Pt. Perspective Tutorial

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A brief tutorial on five point perspective. I'd love to get your feedback on this!

EDIT (March 2, 2016): Someone translated this into Chinese!……
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mateusboga Digital Artist
Great tutorial! I suggest using a trammel instead of a compass for the lines closer to the center, and also working on a paper 2x larger than the image.
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yanazakeStudent General Artist
I had to dig a while for a decent tutorial, and this was one of the two that were actually useful about this.
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aetherbugStudent Digital Artist
thank you! i'll be using this to help with my art assignment :D
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FireBall2CoolHobbyist General Artist
This is so cool <3
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MysteryLuffyHobbyist Digital Artist
jeezus this is hard.
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SetaMelodyHobbyist General Artist
You save my life!!!!
Thank you so much -3-
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PapiTrooperProfessional Artist
Very interesting, congrat for your work !!
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SabbyBHobbyist Traditional Artist
This was very helpful many thanks appreciated! I'm trying to search for a tutorial on 2 pt perspective when the VP are outside the paper.
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NdzangaStudent General Artist
thank you
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RSH26oct88Professional General Artist
This one is good, helpfull, but its kind of pointless if you dont know how to draw buldings, well unless youre making cartoons, then you can draw cartoony buldings.
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JordumHobbyist Digital Artist
If you know just a little perspective, you can draw buildings easily!  They are just straight lines :)
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Cool tutorial; like a panoramic photo, i always wanted to know how to make such perspective and this really helps, now i have to try it.Thanks for the tut.
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red-winged-angelHobbyist Digital Artist
Wow! Thank you so much! :wow:
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viciousNProfessional General Artist
This is amazing! Thank you, I think it will improve my understanding of perspective.
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axeloilStudent General Artist
It helped a lot =)
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AikenExStudent Digital Artist
You helped me alot.
Thanks! Ene-emoticon 
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fireytikaProfessional General Artist
awesome tutorial!! ^^
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mercurybirdHobbyist Digital Artist
god I've been looking for tips on drawing fisheye perspective for ages. I never heard the term 'five point perspective' before and I never realized how straightforward it was! thank you for breaking this down and making it make sense, this is super useful!
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hk-isiStudent General Artist
great! Now I finally understand how to draw "fisheye"-pictures :D
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reminds me of a gazing ball.  this is still a bit out of my league, but I would love to try this someday!
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very nice very nice!!
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