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Master linear perspective and learn to draw landscapes accurately using simple tools and classic techniques.
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. I used a Albertian Veil which is made from plexiglass(8 x 10 inch) By using the Albertian Veil, I tried to capture the right composition, eye-level, and ground level. Starting from the diminishing point, I figured that where those tree, house, others should be fit along the lines. I drew a rough draft first, then started draw details from the center to outwards, I mean moving to the outside. For example, first I drew the very close house from the center, then drew the big tree on the right because these objects are the main focus in the landscape. I figured the ground level just below of the eye-level. The ground level is the line where it starts from the little trash cans on the left, and it finishes at the curve on the right.