Monday, June 14, 2010


I believe one of the reasons why many artists avoid drawing environments and especially those with a lot of hard lines is perspective. Actually, perspective are not hard as long as you understand the fundamentals. What hurts me the most is committing tangent errors. Two lines or angles overlapping each others which creates a weird visual illusion. Feng's suggestion to these is to use a bit of 'artist's license'.

Near the end of my term 1, I am task to use Chinatown reference to create a Chinatown scene applying all the knowledge I got from the perspective lessons. Being a sci-fi geek, I love to add a bit (or more) of sci-fi to it.

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