New Box Tutorial


We’ve added a new tutorial in the tutorial + techniques area.  We shall inform you of anymore updates.

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    • joncorpuz
    • June 18th, 2009

    Thanks for handling this oh master of perspective boxes!!!!

  1. Good exercise, but I should probably warn you about some errors. A few of the boxes, especially the one near the center, are suffering from quite a bit of distortion, probably from the vanishing points being too close together. Nearly all the ellipses are out of perspective as well. There are very specific ways to construct them, 2 good books to check out on the subject are “Perspective made Easy” by Ernest Norling, and “Successful Drawing” by Andrew Loomis.

      • Kingsley Leong
      • June 20th, 2009

      Thanks. I found a lot of errors and was thinking about correcting them on a new sheet but I decided to just post this one up to let people know I still need mileage. I will definitely check those books out.

    • joncorpuz
    • June 19th, 2009

    Thanks for the tips and the books to reference Sidharth!
    I guess King gets carried away with his vanishing points sometimes…we’ll be sure to update tutorials. We really appreaciate the feedback

      • joncorpuz
      • June 19th, 2009

      Again thanks for the tips and feedback, we’ll be sure to update the post!

    • dancrlo
    • June 20th, 2009

    Yes King draw a line from the vanishing point to the center of the “X.” The ellipse that is inscribed in that square will have its minor axis touching two points on that line. Just think at how you draw car wheels in perspective.

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