Adventures in Perspective

My hardest course this quarter is Perspective. We started off with learning terminology, analyzing perspective in paintings and in photos, and now are drawing environments. Because I mostly draw animals and people, this course was a bit of a challenge. I’m enjoying it more now though. The nice thing about the rules of perspective, though, is that once you learn them, environments are a lot  easier and predictable.

One Point Perspective: Munch and Wizard of Oz
Two Point Perspective: Church
Three Point Perspective: Escher.
Finding Vanishing Points: Dali and Building Photo

Another nice bit of news. I heard today that 2 of my art pieces were chosen to be on display in the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design Rotunda.

one point perspective

1 point perspective

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