Perspective Drawing for Beginners (2023)
Created by Katie McGuire
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 11 Lectures ( 4h 22m ) | Size: 2.52 GB
1, 2, and 3 point perspective
What you'll learn
Learn how to create boxes in 1 point perspective
Learn how to create boxes in 2 point perspective
Learn how to create buildings in 3 point perspective- looking up and down
Learn the fencepost method for equal spacing in perspective
Learn how to make grids in 1 and 2 point perspective
Learn the concept of atmospheric perspective
Create a finished drawing in 1 point perspective
Create a finished drawing in atmospheric perspective
No experience is needed. The class is for beginners. Students need a pencil, a ruler, white paper, and a darker pencil or ruler.
This class is for beginners. Students will learn basic perspective drawing skills. Students will learn about the horizon line and vanishing point. Students will learn how to create boxes in 1 and 2 point perspective. Some boxes will be over the horizon line. Some boxes will be under the horizon line. Some boxes will be on top of the horizon line. Students will draw objects in some of the boxes. Students will learn how to create 3 point perspective buildings looking up. The buildings will be over the horizon line. Students will learn how to create 3 point perspective buildings looking down. These buildings will be under the horizon line, so you can see the top. Students will learn how to use the fencepost method to create the distance between things that are equally spaced in perspective. Students will learn to create a grid in 1 point perspective and 2 point perspective. These grids can be used to create floors, windows or bricks on buildings. Students will then create a finished drawing in one point perspective. Students will create a finished drawing in 2 point perspective with atmospheric perspective. Students will need multiple pieces of white paper, drawing pencils, a ruler, and a darker pencil (black colored pencil), or marker.
Who this course is for
Beginning students who want to learn basic perspective techniques.