Single Point Perspective Exercise


Yesterday morning, as is the case nearly every other morning, I took to the drawing board for drawing exercises.  Yesterday I opted to do two small sketches.  Each with the same horizon line and perspective point.  One was intended to be realistic and the other was intended to be something other than realistic.  These are the sketches I ended up with! 

Perspective references are abundant.  Books, websites, and other artists can al give you pointers.  I happen to be a huge fan of the book Perspective Made Easy by Norling.   The book is broken out very clearly and, after marking the sections I reference frequently, it is a quick and easy way to get my bearings when doing perspective work.  

Ok…back to the drawing board!



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