Discover How YOU Can Draw Realistic, 3-D Landscape and Cityscape… In Just Days From Now… Even If You Are A Complete Beginner And Knows Nothing About Perspective!
- Do you have a hard time with adding dimension and realism to your landscape drawings or paintings?
- Do you struggle with making your perspective drawings or paintings look “right”?
- Are you frustrated by complicated perspective books that confuse you with weird formulas and theories… when you just want a down-to-earth explanation?
If you can relate to any of these questions, then you’ve come to the right place because I’ve got the exact answer you’ve been looking for.
Here’s Just a Few of The Things You’re Going to Learn in This Course:
- The best tools and materials to use for your perspective drawings
- What is perspective and why it’s important
- How to use simple tricks like “overlap”, “object placement”, and “size variation” to create an illusion of depth in your drawings or paintings
- All the different elements of a perspective drawing finally explained (vanishing points, horizon line, picture plane, etc)
- How to strategically make things in your drawings “blurry” and “faded” to add more dimensions
- How to use eye-level to change the way your drawing looks and affects emotion that it conveys to the viewer
- The real reason why some lines in perspective drawing seem to disappear into a vanishing points and why some lines do not
- 2 simple tricks to instantly locate the eye level of any drawing you look at (this will help you to make sense of the scene and drawing it better)
- What 1-point perspective is and how it can turn into 2-point and 3-point perspective
- A super simple and accurate technique to help you deal with vanishing points that are not on the drawing paper
- How to determind where to place your vanishing points in a draw for the best results
- How to draw shadows in perspective (this will add an instant realistic effect to your work and really brings it to life)
- How to use the diagonal method to find the perspective center of any objects (this technique is great if you want to draw symmetrical objects like doors or windows or houses)
- Step-by-step instructions on how to draw scenes in 1-point, 2-point, and 3-point perspective.
- Perspective’s little dirty secret that no one wants to talk about and how to use it to make your drawings look better
- Beyond 3 point perspective – how to draw with drawings that has more than 3 vanishing points
- How to determine when to draw an object in 1-point, 2-point, or 3-point perspective
- The right way to draw crowds of people (or any group of objects) in perspective
- How to draw your very first realistic perspective drawing from start to finish (your friends and family will drop their jaws in amazement when they look at your finished drawing. Seriously!)
- A brilliant way to measure distance and divide space in perspective (this will help you do draw tile floors, building windows, tree lines, or any other evenly spaced objects)
- Simple techniques for making cityscape buildings look realistic
- How to use ink shading to make your drawings look super sharp
- How to shading your perspective drawing to make it look truly photo-realistic
And a whole lot more…