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06 Here's the Thing About 1pt Perspective
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Published: December 7, 2014
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All that work for a couple of chairs. It's worth putting in the time at the beginning though. ;)

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My Gallery of Drawing tips and stuff
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lonedragon155Hobbyist Digital Artist
Man. These tutorials have explained perspective perfectly! I learned so much from them! You go!
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Lucyann-sanHobbyist Digital Artist
Love these.
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They love you too. :)
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Lucyann-sanHobbyist Digital Artist
Aw, I feel flattered. :)
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Iduna-HayaHobbyist Digital Artist
The "Face Palm". An important and ever present action in most, if not all, creative endeavors. (Together with the "stare-and-sigh", the "place hand in front of eyes, and then proceed to either rub your eyes with thumb and middle finger, or move your hand through your hair", and many others)
betsyillustration's avatar
That is a most epic list of artist frustration motions. :salute:
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Iduna-HayaHobbyist Digital Artist
I suspect these motions are part of the 'Artists-Gene' :p
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DirenKeiStudent Digital Artist
I love these betsy you were really the star of our class with joko so it's great your doing these!! i love it! can't wait for more!!
betsyillustration's avatar
I had to start doing this tutorials so that I wouldn't forget everything Joko taught us, haha. I keep meaning to bust out the oil and gouache paints too. ;)
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DirenKeiStudent Digital Artist
i like them cus it bring back everything i learned plus now that i know more some the stuff make more sense now then it did then cus slow learner at such.
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VilatileStudent
please finish the illustration ;v;/
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I will, it just takes a while for each update because tutorials actually take waaaaay longer to make than if I were to just finish it on my own. Plus I have other art pieces to work on and stuff. Slowly and steadily though I'll finish it. :)
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CrispyLettuceStudent Digital Artist
Awesome, I love how in-depth this is. And I totally agree that it's helpful to see how you would fix mistakes when they inevitably come up.
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BiGeuraeStudent Artist
thanks for ur tut ^^
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You're welcome!
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CreativeNightStudent General Artist
always a help.Thanks for everything!  I`ll have to try this after the holidays. my only problem will be that I`ll probably be doing this on paper.:D (Big Grin) 
betsyillustration's avatar
Doing it traditionally isn't that much harder, but definitely you have to just make a messy underdrawing to figure out the perspective and get a clean sheet on top for the final piece. Good luck! :thumbsup:
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CreativeNightStudent General Artist
I`ll have to try that. thanks.:) (Smile) 
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VanillatheNekoStudent Digital Artist
Can I just say that all of these tutorials are making me improve a lot on my backgrounds with multi-perspective?  They're genius~!
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So glad they are helping you. :D
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