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Perspective Tutorial by Kinie Perspective Tutorial by Kinie
So ~EllieVyle was curious to see what sort of information I had gleamed from my 2-Dimensional Design class during the Spring 2007 school semester at my college, specifically what I learned about perspective. Well, this is what I learned when it came to perspectives. Hopefully it all makes sense to you.

Example images made in Photoshop CS. Text written in Microsoft Word and copy+pasted into Photoshop CS. Approx. 1 hour.
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Samansa76 Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I've always wondered in regard to the 2 point perspective.  How do you determine the vanishing point distance?  Why, in some illustrations, one point is further away than the other; is it based on what you're drawing?  To determine the distance, should you first figure out what object you're drawing and how it should be placed?
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Nick-Harris Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2014
just what I was looking for! great thanks a lot.
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Dark-Dullahan Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Gonna be useful. :)
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NightBlueSky Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011  Student General Artist
This is really helpful, I getting hang of this.

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Over the clouds and under the sky.
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Kinie Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011
Glad I could help you out.
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NightBlueSky Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011  Student General Artist
Thank you. ^^

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Over the clouds and under the sky.
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vakhtang Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2010  Student Digital Artist
This is really useful :)
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Lady-Virgil Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2008
Help me please? Maybe you'll tell me something that works:
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EllieVyle Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2007  Professional General Artist
Ah! Very good! It's also worth noting that perspective isn't just for building and landscapes (at least in comics), but everything else too. People and other objects can also 'be in perspective'. That gun your character is pointing at you should use one point. That desk your character your sitting at is two point. And that extreme angle you're using for that dramatic cup of coffee and Nintendo DS next to it....three point.
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Kinie Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2007
That is true. I had wanted to add that topic to the tutorial (how to use these various perspectives in your drawings) but I figured one should learn how to do the "basics" of buildings and landscapes before moving onward to characters and guns and such.

I will make a tutorial for that aspect and try to post it sometime next week. Landscapes and buildings are easy to make up in Photoshop. Actual people and the objects they may use/hold take a little more time to draw up.
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