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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. Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. This is a possible solution for the perspective of the roof on the foremost building in Mewzikgal's "Evening in the Country." The first step was to find the eye-level line. This was done by some assumptions: the initial one is assuming the roof on the other building was an accurate perspective projection. NB- the red vanishing lines converging on the left. Where they met is the vanishing point of the roof and also indicated where the eye-level line is [It may be of use to review Lesson 1, starting at 10:30 sec]. Then I drew an eye-level line [black horizontal line] and wanted to establish a vanishing point for one set of edges for the roof. I used the bottom of the building, the angle of it at the ground, to establish that point - and siding, windows [red vanishing lines on the right]. Using the information provided in the drawing I extrapolated the rest of roof's edges. Also, the siding and the windows were redrawn.