I recently did a new tutorial for HTDC covering perspective drawing. Head over to @howtodrawcomics
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Want to add depth and dimension to your Comic Art?
Then there's one core drawing principle you've gotta get your head around - PERSPECTIVE! 🤯
Most of us get the concept of perspective. Problem is, when we attempt to use it, that's when things go wrong. The scene looks warped and the objects within it end up wonky even though you followed all the rules!
So what gives? Perspective is one of those fundamental hurdles that take time and practice to fully click, it's as simple as that.
Because truth be told, it's a complex topic.
But an easy to follow guide that breaks it all down for you in a simple way can be a massive help!
If you're struggling to draw your scenes with proper perspective, or you have no idea what perspective is and you'd like to make your art look more three dimensional - check out our latest tutorial over at https://www.howtodrawcomics.net/one-point-perspective - By @catapanoart
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Given How To Draw Comics (HTDC) is the go-to online learning resource for comic artists, Joe and I decided it was an absolute must to delve into one of the most important drawing principles that every budding comic book artist has got to know to create compelling scenes that have a sense of space and dimension.
What's even more awesome is that this tutorial is only the first in a series that'll cover 1 Point, 2 Point and 3 Point Perspective. So by the end, you'll know how to use all three to create depth within your illustrations.
Enough hype - Get your Pencil and Sketchbook and let's go!
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