Basic Perspective Drawing

Author: John Montague
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470640065
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Just For Fun Perspective

Author: Lise Herzog
Editor: Walter Foster
ISBN: 1633224163
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Just for Fun: Perspective takes a complicated topic and makes it easy and fun for aspiring artists and art enthusiasts! Even if you've never picked up a pencil or paintbrush, you can follow the simple, step-by-step instructions, and create realistic, proportionate artwork using perspective. Featured subjects start with basic lines and shapes, then slowly progress with each new step to fully rendered artwork. Just for Fun: Perspective saves the technical aspects of drawing and painting for more advanced students and prefers to touch upon the key concepts and fundamentals of perspective. Learn about the differences between one-, two-, and three-point perspective; vanishing points; and methods for measuring and dividing areas of a subject or scene proportionately. Use basic lessons on depth and distance to add color and create your own drawings and paintings with step-by-step instructions for shapes, architecture, portraits, animals, street scenes, and more. With approachable and contemporary drawings and paintings as well as lots of tips, instructions, and inspiration, Just for Fun: Perspective will have even the most artistically challenged individuals mastering perspective in no time.

Basic Perspective Drawing Enhanced Edition

Author: John Montague
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111850285X
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Draw In Perspective

Author: Justin Dublin
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781517628512
File Size: 43,61 MB
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Simple steps to draw in perspective Drawing in perspective is easy... once you know the rules. Everything is based on logic and precision, but if you stick to the basics, it can be super simple. In this book, I'll show you some basic techniques for beginners that will help you understand the concept of drawing in perspective. I've taught these classes to dozens of students, and if you do it step by step, you'll get the desired results.Basic overview:The frog's first point perspective. The bird's first point perspective. The frog's two point perspective. The bird's two point perspective. The frog's three point perspective. The bird's three point perspective. All these techniques will be explained in easy-to-follow steps with more than 70 images as examples. I made sure not to skip important steps and provided plenty of drawings in this book, so you can learn it as well. So don't wait and dive into the step-by-step process of drawing in perspective! Keywords: draw in perspective, how to draw in perspective, perspective drawing, perspective drawings, drawing perspective, drawing in perspective, 3D perspective, 3-D perspective, draw 3D, draw 3-D, draw in 3D, draw in 3-D, drawing in 3D, drawing in 3-D, perspective in 3D, perspective in 3-D, how to draw in 3D, how to draw in 3-D

The Complete Guide To Perspective Drawing

Author: Craig Attebery
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ISBN: 9781138215627
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Computers can calculate perspective angles and create a drawing for us, but the spontaneity of mark making, the tactile quality of a writing surface, the weight of a drawing instrument, and the immediacy of the human touch are sensations that keep traditional drawing skills perpetually relevant. The sensuality and convenience of the hand persists and will survive as a valuable communication tool, as will the need to accurately express your ideas on paper. As a professional, understanding the foundations of drawing, how we process images, and how we interpret what we see are principal skills. Understanding linear perspective enables artists to accurately communicate their ideas on paper. The Complete Guide to Perspective Drawing offers a step-by-step guide for the beginner as well as the advanced student on how to draw in one-point through six-point perspective and how to make scientifically accurate conceptual illustrations from simple to complex situations.

Perspective Drawing Simplified

Author: Alfred S. Gaskell
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Perspective Sketching

Author: Jorge Paricio
Editor: Rockport Pub
ISBN: 1631590324
File Size: 40,21 MB
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Go beyond the horizon with Perspective Sketching. This book offers a command of the basic principles of perspective that is essential to creating dynamic, plausible compositions. With a user-friendly approach, this step-by-step guide will help you master the basics like scale drawing, contour line drawing, linear perspective, tone and texture, and more. Freehand skills like intuitive perspective and concept sketching help you to deepen your technique. Artist and designer Jorge Paricio also includes lessons on working with 3-D modeling in SketchUp and painting in Photoshop and provides a full chapter in blending traditional hand skills with digital media. This effective technique that draws on a broad sense of artistic qualities, coupled with mastering perspective, creates a sketching book unlike any other.

Basic Perspective For Artists

Author: Keith R. West
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ISBN:
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Written for artists of all abilities, this book outlines the basic principles of perspective, then presents diagrams and illustrations showing how these principles are applied.

Basic Mechanical Drawing

Author: Herbert Earl Welch
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ISBN:
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Precision Perspective Drawing

Author: T. O. McCartney
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Architectural Drawing

Author: Rendow Yee
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File Size: 79,69 MB
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This comprehensive visual resource offers a truly breathtaking range of design-drawing styles and techniques. Combining clear, step-by-step technical instruction with an astounding array of illustrations, including work from such leading architects as Cesar Pelli, Michael Graves, and I. M. Pei, this one-of-a-kind reference is an outstanding source of guidance and inspiration for students and professionals at every level. Tool fundamentals * Lettering, typography, and line types * Orthographic and paraline drawing * Representational sketching * Linear perspective drawing * Perspective view development * Light, shade, and shadow * Delineating and rendering entourage * Diagramming * Conceptual sketching * 3D modeling * Presentation formats, and more RENDOW YEE has been an architecture educator for more than twenty years. He is a former Chair of the Architecture Department at the City College of San Francisco. "The encyclopedic scope of Mr. Yee's work is perhaps its most attractive attribute, from fairly esoteric subjects (such as descriptive geometry) to the most current themes (such as 3D modeling). It is rich in ideas and examples." -R. R. Davison, Jr. Associate Professor of Architecture Texas A&M University "The book brings a rich variety of multicultural information into one volume - national and international architects' projects, simple and complex building typologies, and both low-tech and high-tech design examples. It is instructive and informative at the same time." -Hiro Hata, AIA Associate Professor of Architecture State University of New York at Buffalo. "Architectural Drawing is a comprehensive and stimulating catalog of delineation techniques with step-by-step methods for constructing each kind of drawing. Examples are clearly presented and grouped in chapters according to drawing type. This book is a useful communication tool that has become a valuable part of my professional library." -Steven House, AIA House + House, Architects, San Francisco

Photographic Perspective Drawing Techniques

Author: Sid DelMar Leach
Editor: McGraw-Hill Companies
ISBN:
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Perspective Drawing

Author: Jane H. James
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN:
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Covers linear perspective, multiple vanishing points, proportioning, scale drawing, shading, shadows, and reflections

Perspective Drawing

Author: Robert Philip Gordon
Editor: Fairchild Books
ISBN:
File Size: 31,60 MB
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This book balances the need for detail with the need for spontaneity by establishing a connection between constructed perspective and freehand sketching. The techniques illustrated and discussed in this text enable students to design a space as they are drawing it. After studying the methods for constructing linear perspective, students produce a number of freehand sketches. They test each one with an overlay grid to verify the location of horizon lines, vanishing points, and other key elements. With practice, they develop the ability to find these key points intuitively while sketching, so that they can draw freely and confidently.

Drawing With Dynamic Perspective

Author: Meryl Rosner
Editor: Allworth
ISBN: 9781621535003
File Size: 42,35 MB
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Learn how to use perspective drawing to animate your artwork! In Drawing with Dynamic Perspective, rather than teaching readers what to measure or how to "clean up" a crisp line, the focus is on how to think—how to scribble on a paper napkin or doodle in a sketchbook and where to arrange it later at the drawing board to make it into a meaningful story setting. In perspective drawing, horizon lines and vanishing points are misunderstood, perhaps because they appear complicated. Meryl Rosner gives artists the core skills necessary to master perspective drawing. The many fun and practical exercises, illustrated with the author's hand-drawn layouts, backgrounds, and scene designs, give students and professionals simple techniques for strong drawing. The book combines the discipline of linear perspective with the creative freedom of imagination on paper. It also explains how to observe and capture detail and how to analyze successful filmmaking. Chapters cover: How to create texture, effects, and drama Basic drafting tools The figure in motion Isometric and geometric perspective Sketching public places Interviews with film and animation artists and experts And much more! Artists of all levels can use this book to bring dynamic perspective to animation production and bring their art to life.

Freehand Perspective Drawing

Author: Steven Rubeck
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Pictorial graphic communication starts with freehand perspective drawing. This book teaches it with clean, clear, pencil sketches explained with captions.

Perspective Drawing Handbook

Author: Joseph D'Amelio
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"Fundamentals and fine points of perspective drawing clearly explained in easy-to-follow, highly illustrated form for students, artists, illustrators, designers and architects"--Cover.

Perspective Drawing And Applications

Author: Charles A. O'Connor
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN:
File Size: 46,89 MB
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The volume provides a concise, systematic, and comprehensive introduction to perspective drawing that motivates users with challenging workbook assignments and examples of practical applications of the concepts presented. The author examines materials and procedures, general principles and types of perspective, perspective measurement, auxiliary vanishing points, apparent scale, two point perspective grids and circles, compound forms, figures in perspective, reflections, shadows, sunlight and artificial light shadows, computer graphics and portfolio examples. For illustrators, designers, artists and architects.