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Perspective in Landscape Drawing taught by Patrick Connors

Master linear perspective and learn to draw landscapes accurately using simple tools and classic techniques.

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Hello Happypainting, Thank you for sharing what you are doing. Your enthusiasm for making art is impressive. Continue to draw and fill your sketch books.

07/19/2014 Flag

Thank you for your encouragement. I actually have never looked up anything in depth perception bc I guess I just thought there was nothing that could be done and it is not something I really thing about much until a 3D movie comes out that everyone is talking about how amazing it is, hens, to me it looks just like a fuzzy movie lol. I really do appreciate the time you spent in research for me and I will take look as well. I have always worried about it a little in my art bc I have no way of telling if it is not right. I was thinking the other day and had a thought that maybe this problem would actually help me more bc this is the way I see the world as well. To my eyes the world is flat and I use color, size and shadow constantly to see distance. Of course I was born this way so I do this automatically without even knowing that is what I'm doing. Also I was not trying to bother you about response to my question or projects, I was concerned that maybe I was doing something wrong. Happypainting Natalie.

07/19/2014 Flag

Oh I forgot, this drawing with the grill, was very difficult and still looks messed up. Do you have an subjections on how to draw round objects correctly and with depth?

07/19/2014 Flag

Hello Happypainting, In regards to doing circles in perspective, as in the grill vent, you may wish to take a look at the Craftsy course: "The Art & Science of Perspective," by Jeff Dicicco.

07/27/2014 Flag