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Perspective Study by Miragician Perspective Study by Miragician
Haven't post anything in a while, here's a quick sketch I made as a bit of practice for perspective.

The major reason why I don't post a lot of my drawings on here is that I tend to do them on scrap paper.
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PtolemaiosLS Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hmm, I didnīt saw this before, remember to draw the orthogonals (lines of perspective) for a better overall view, this is a 2 point perspective and the 2 points should be drawn in the horizon line (if its a practice then they should be remarked the most)

and use a ruler for perspective work.
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Miragician Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the tips.
The lines didn't really look crooked until I scanned it. I guess that's the price of trying to make the whole thing deliberately sketchy.
I did try to at least visualize the 2 points, or more accurately, one of the 2 points, since I was drawing one half of a corner.
Wish I could redo the ceiling. I was trying to go for a curved roof or something, but that didn't work out.
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Ragnaul Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice. Would be spot-on if you had slightly cleaner, straighter lines.

I've found that, after making a rough sketch of something, it's better to erase it and draw it in with stronger lines, now that I know how and where I want to draw whatever I'm drawing.

I would also put a little more detail into the trees... it's awful tedious work, but it's rewarding.

But still, I like it... I never have the patience to draw stuff like this. The detail put into it is simply amazing. Is it drawn off of a reference, or did you just come up with this yourself?
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