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10 typical perspective errors - pdf tutorial

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I expanded on the last point in a tutorial here: 
Characters in relation to backgrounds - tutorial by martinacecilia
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S-P-LianaHobbyist Digital Artist
this, is, amazing! thanks for sharinggg.
not sure how this is not a DD by now, the atrocity! 
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Fawks666Hobbyist
Perspective drawing is something I've always struggled with. This tutorial was incredibly helpful. Thank you very much!
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dadhaStudent Filmographer
This is super helpful! Thanks a bunch!
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Thanks you so much!
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cakweProfessional Digital Artist
i wish i had read this much, much, much earlier. A+ explanations. :heart:
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AliceSacco Digital Artist
Ma quando fai le prospettive quindi usi i righelli.
Tanti dicono che si deve fare a occhio, ma onestamente non ho capito come si trovano i punti di fuga a occhio. e SOPRATTUTTO come far cadere tutte le linee verso i punti di fuga a occhio.
Quando guardo i professionisti che lavorano, più della metà si affidano alla classica griglia.
Io ho risolto alcuni di questi errori. Pur non sapendo fare prospettive a occhio (riesco a costruire quella a 1 e 2 punti di fuga, e quella a 3 punti di fuga partendo dalla prospettiva a 2 punti di fuga, ma non ho idea di come si costruisce una prospettiva a 3 punti di fuga da zero.
Per la profondità, faccio l'errore opposto, appiattisco l'immagine (a meno che non uso una griglia)
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Major-RuanStudent General Artist
Thanks! :D
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Thank you SO much for posting this - it's by far the best (and also most complete) tutorial on perspective I've ever seen! I love how you first showed the wrong one and then explained WHY it was wrong, then showed the right and said HOW to make it right.
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quietpeopleStudent General Artist
I'm guilty of a lot of these errors ><. Thanks for posting. Very helpful
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This is quiet informative, I didn't know you could draw repetitive objects using that method. Most things here are not explained for my faculty's teachers, so you have to figure it out.

Thanks for making this tutorial.
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TribalGracesHobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much! Until I saw this tutorial, I had no idea how to do Step #3, Repeating Depths.
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VisAnastasisHobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much, this is really great and helpful tutorial, and you are very sweet and kind for making it! :iconaawplz:
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transatlanticalienHobbyist Digital Artist
this is so useful! thank you! <3
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ragecndyStudent Digital Artist
omg I love you :iconbrohugplz:
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engelszornProfessional General Artist
Can#T believe that this has only so few views and favs! This is a really great tutorial you put together, thank you :)
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This is very useful! Thanks so much :heart:
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PrimelessHobbyist Digital Artist
thx for sharing :D
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KyaniteArcherHobbyist General Artist
Wow, thanks, this was a great help! :)
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AkrousHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you! This is immensely helpful (:
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MellindorHobbyist General Artist
Oh, my! I've studied Perspective at the University but I never knew how to build repeating objects! This tutorial helped A LOT! 

THANK YOU! :)
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good work

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InvisibleKing Digital Artist
This is really usefull, thank you ^^
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cabepfirProfessional Traditional Artist
ma è stupendo! :heart:
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