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This will be my Lvl Up bar lol. My main problem will probably consistency but having a curriculum will help keep me motivated.
You got this; I know you can see it through is us others can as well.
First Assignment is done, but this should be done daily before painting as a warmup.
Those are some clean lines man, keep up the good work.
Thanks Been working on my using my arm more.
Pretty sure everyone is getting bummed out on last part, but Im Going to move on for now. Never thought working with these adjustment tools would be that challenging, so if anyone has any tips or feedback I'd love to hear it!
hey, you did a great job! I agree it´s a good idea to do the lines as warmup. I should do that more too Another thing that helps is to draw the line very long over the whole page by first doing them on the air slightly over the page without actually drawing like the golf player tests before each strike. This method works for me with paper and pencil best. Also the circles drawn in large arm movements will later help with the smaller ones
Assignment 3 done, nothing to fancy with this one.
Hey, you got a great seamless blend here. I do think that your perspective doesn´t work though. You got a mixture of 1 point and 2 Point Perspective going on which is a bit disstracting. I´d try to look for 1 point perspective buildings which could be a house which only shows one side for example...
It does seem bland I agree. When i uploaded their seem something off so will redo it , thanks.
Think I got the perspective at least down this time. Im probably just in need of better photo resources. Yet Not trying to make it super pretty neither So calling it done and moving on.Ref:
very nice blend again but sorry sir, but perspective is still off. If you take the footbridge in the foreground it diverges on the center of your image. If you draw the converging lines it will lead to your vanishingpoint. If you draw then the other lines you will see that the big bridge has a different vanishing point. Also the house has different vanishing points. Look at the large pillows at the house. They vanish to the right and the bridge to the left
You have any links to better sources in mind. Im trying not to copy what marc did in the video since I wouldn't get anything out of it if I did. But I'll come back to it later.
Hey I think the second one is not off. You have different Horizon Lines in the first one and I first thought the same for your Second . I oriented on the large pillows of the right house. But it seems to be some sort of distortion by lighting. Sorry for that 🙂
@joosy All good man, my untrained eye wouldn't know either away dont have a teacher so still open to advice and suggestion.
Hi, that´s good to hear. I think it was no assignment about perspective so this will come all later I guess. I think that perspective in art is much more strict than in real life. There are things that work in real life that don´t work in art and vice versa. However there are also some rules based on optics in real life which can distract if not taken under consideration like multiple horizons or converging lines which are too steep. For instance the left building in your first image which looks very steep and I can imagine that you would fall when you would be inside. So that was my thinking
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Ok really trying to study and understand this first part. It seems easy not really so Feedback is appreciative. Basically the Line of Action can trick me up.
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