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KimCrysis Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014   Traditional Artist
Thanks for le fav! :U
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OFFbeatProprietor Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Your great at perspectives! Know any good tutorials?
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RandomAtBest Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, the two building images i posted recently were computer made, so the perspective in that case is a matter of choosing an angle that you like. I did upload some pictures that were hand done perspectives. So i guess my question is, are you interested in computer based or hand drawn perspectives?
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OFFbeatProprietor Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
hand drawn C:
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RandomAtBest Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't know any tutorials off hand, if I find any i'll let you know :) . Youtube probably has the best resources for this or other artists on DA. Me personally, I think that using one, two, or three point perspective is the most appropriate method for conveying anything in perspective properly. Two point is a little easier (i mean it won't take up as much space on your paper) and still does a great job of giving you that "perspective" feel. I often just assume what an angle would look like for sketches. I just have a "feel" for how a perspective should look and is great for getting ideas out but can be horribly inaccurate when compared to an actual constructed view. Another method for sketching could be to take an object like a block and sketch it or construct a cube on paper and then use that defined box to create something more complex like, say, a car. 

I hope that this was at least a little bit helpful, I not sure if it was. :)    
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RandomAtBest Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well that failed
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ellisthree Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013   Traditional Artist
thanks for the fave
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dreamingofsunshine Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Student
aww thank you for the watch! :hug: I love your comics! :happybounce:
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