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MichaelPrescott

Michael Prescott
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Arrows of Indra (Front Half) by MichaelPrescott, visual art

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Current Residence: Toronto
Shell of choice: Cockle
Skin of choice: My wife's

Favourite Movies
Sally Potter's "Yes"
Favourite Writers
Robert Frost
Tools of the Trade
Photoshop CS4, Wacom Cintiq 12WX (thanks hon!)
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I've turned what I learned about placing vanishing points into a little video lecture/tutorial. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6451u7OL9Q&feature=youtu.be
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This is a question that's bugged me for a while. Let's say you're doing a simple two-point perspective, with parallel vertical lines.  You draw your basic box, whose horizontal sides each line up with one of the two vanishing points. Now you add a new box, stacked on top of it, but it's rotated with respect to the first one.  Where do the new vanishing points go? Let's say you're looking north, and you have two vanishing points, northwest, and northeast.  They're equally spaced to either side of the center of the picture.  As we know, NW and NE are 90 degrees apart on the compass, so in a sense the two vanishing points are "90 degrees apar
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Michael! Thank you for stopping by my page. While I'm here...I think I'll take a look around.
I arrived via James Maliszewski posting a link to his cover of Imperio done by you, great stuff.
That's great, Michael. Glad to "meet" you! James and I have worked together on a number of projects. Always an enjoyable experience. Can you provide a link? I'm not sure what piece you are referring to.
It's this one, but it seems to be shared to a private (though possibly large) circle on G+

plus.google.com/10500353832756…
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Thank you for the watch! It means a lot to me :heart:
It was purely selfish, I assure you. :)
Thanks for the Fav :)