In this edition of Yes. You Too Can Draw!, I plan to cover a topic that can fascinate many newbies. Many of you will eventually draw some type of urban landscape, a.k.a. a scene usually involving buildings. Many buildings feature staircases cases and ramps. After this chapter, you’ll no longer have to fake drawing a ramp or a flight of stairs.
That’s right gang, it’s another chapter of your favorite how-to series, Yes, You Too Can Draw! In the last chapter, I got you started on the road towards mastery over perspective with the lesson on One-Point Perspective. Today I plan to push your drawing ability a little further (and help wow your friends.) with Two-Point Perspective.
Welcome back to another chapter of Yes, You Too Can Draw! The series that gets its name botched by the author constantly. In this chapter, I plan to introduce you to the concept of perspective and more specifically, one-point perspective. If you want to make any serious effort learning to draw, you will need to get a grip on perspective.
Welcome to another chapter of Yes, You Too Can Draw! We’re going to go over are the basics of a topic that often gets over looked, composition. This can often make or break a drawing. Even I over looked composition today. I was originally intending this chapter to cover my series on perspective. But I see composition as more foundational than perspective. It’s like building a house without know how to draw a blue print. So you’ll have to wait a bit longer before I touch on perspective. Continue reading “Yes, You Too Can Draw – Ch 8 — Drawing Composition”