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Resources: All About Perspective

Perspective is a challenging concept for artist to grasp. Here are a few videos, and application and a digital art tool to help in achieving that goal.

IsoRod, Published on Jul 15, 2013
All of the resources on this post are dealing with perspective. Two really amazing youTube videos and an indispensible free perspective software from Epic Games and digital tool for Adobe Photoshop to aid in creating a perspective grid by comic book artist Freddie E. Williams II.

Mark Crilley's Channel

How to Draw Backgrounds (1-point Perspective)
Another great channel in youtube. Lots of great art lessons, this video covers how to use one point perspective to create a pretty impressive background.

Perspective Drawing Lesson from MadcapLogic

Perspective Drawing Lesson
This video covers two point perspective using a simple object, a digital camera. A great tip on how to draw circles in perspective.

Carapace - free perspective software

Is an amazing free application for Windows PCs by Epic games. I'll simply link to the demo video to show how it works. Go to the post from the Epic Games blog for more information and to download the Carapace application.

FREE Perspective Path Tool, for Adobe Photoshop

FREE Perspective Path Tool, for Adobe Photoshop This Perspective Path is an easy to use tool, used to create precise perspective grids, in Adobe Photoshop. The post image was created using a brush I created with the path from this tool as a base image in the iOS drawing app Procreate.

TAGS: Artists , Resources , Tech , Pen & Pencil , Digital , Video

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