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Page 1: [link]
Page 2: [link]
Page 3: [link]
Page 4: taken down cuz its not needed.
Page 5: [link]
Page 6: [link]

Time to prepare for this tutorial: 1 year
Time to make the tutorial: 6 hours
Purpose of the tutorial: To help beginners who already studied basic perspective, yet struggle with drawing perspectives to get a start in apply it.


I feel quite accomplished being able to finish this tutorial now. I promised this since last year, it was a challenge to even start to make it.
Honestly, I don't feel I am good at perspective, but it seems like I am good enough to teach some basics.

There are plenty of tutorials on perspectives out there, but not everyone can apply the technquies after they learn them.
I hope this tutorial will help out the majority of the artists who started drawing with characters first like I am.

Other recommanded tutorials: From easy to hard

:star: Interactive Perspective
:star: Introduction to Perspective
:star: Eye Level
:star: Spherical Perspective




How to place an already drawn character in the field of perspective set up, using what you have drawn on the character to find the right place to set Horizon line for one point perspective.
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KawaiiPIG's avatar
KawaiiPIG|Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for helping us dummies Llama Emoji-05 (Flower Sparkles) [V1] 
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mayshing's avatar
mayshing|Professional Filmographer
its not much hope its helpful in some way. 
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KawaiiPIG's avatar
KawaiiPIG|Hobbyist General Artist
it is very helpful Thanks for everything! ,  prespektive has allways been the hard egg to crack 
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sgtcarrotop's avatar
ok i read this whole thing and i didn't understand a single thing...literally does this make me retarded
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mayshing's avatar
mayshing|Professional Filmographer
[link]

Use that one.
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Selma-Poyo's avatar
links dont work, muh u_u
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MitsukuniAnise's avatar
Thank you very much for this set of tutorials. They're easy to understand but also informative. I'll be sure to try perspective out sometime.
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DryBonesReborn's avatar
DryBonesReborn|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Link 4 is missing.
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DryBonesReborn|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Link 4 is missing.
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I have a question. What if I say there are people who have inborn talents like they can draw something but doesn't use these techniques. They seem to have this 'eye' and make awesome drawings with perspectives. Err, not sure though but I know some who are qualified. Don't bother answering this question if you find it too dumb XD
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mayshing|Professional Filmographer
there are, but they use the same rules nevertheless, practice enough and have it grinded into your system you can do it too.
or cheat with tools like this: [link]
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Okay, will do! Thanks for replying :3
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DryBonesReborn|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Several of your links don't work :(
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Papapocket's avatar
Hi !
Thank's for this tuto
The page 5 make me discovered a big problem in my drawing
Never find that alone. So thank's again !

I got a question about perspective.
How find the points perspective of an object not paralleled to the first perspective.

i Hope you understand my bad english
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mayshing's avatar
mayshing|Professional Filmographer
simply create another point on the same horizon.
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Nightscales's avatar
Nightscales|Hobbyist General Artist
These six pages are great. I knew most of it already but it's very useful. :D Thanks for making it ;)
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honornova|Hobbyist Digital Artist
THANK YOU SO MUCH:)
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GreenEarthWorld's avatar
the Spherical Perspective link doesn't work anymore ;n;
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mayshing|Professional Filmographer
awww... sorry about that, i think something happened to that site. X_X thanks for telling me, if i find another suitable one i will update it.
:iconartistshospital: should have more links collected on perspectives.
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Pericles's avatar
A very interesting and helpful tutorial.
Thanks for sharing the knowledge. :)
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HenrikeDijkstra|Professional Artist
Thank you so much for the time you invested in making this tutorial. It`s very helpful! Sometimes I really get confused in where the points should be and when to use a 1-point perspective or a 2 or 3-point. Lots of new things to practise here. :) :thumbsup:
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thank you for the wonderful tutorial!! Really appreciate it! <3
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FaDemian|Student Traditional Artist
cool and interesting tutorials !!
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