Learning Perspective

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Drawing a nice environment is relatively easy. Learning perspective drawing using various techniques can be a little more tricky! In this part of the website, I will show you how to create nice images using all sorts of perspective! You will learn the basics like one, two or three points perspective. 

I will also show you the most unusual techniques like reverse perspective or linear perspective! Just click on one of the links below to start learning!

One point perspective

One point perspective is, without a doubt, the simplest and easiest method you can use to create perspective in your images! Click here to learn more.

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Two point perspective

To create nice background images, you might want to use the two point perspective technique. It's relatively easy to use and the results are very effective. Click here to learn more.

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3 point perspective

Creating an object using a 3 point perspective is not as difficult as it might seem! You just need to draw the right lines at the right place and make sure that everything is accurate. Click here to learn more.

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Interior perspective

Creating nice cities or landscape using perspective is great! But what about interior perspective? How do you design a nice room with accurate perspective? Click here to learn more.

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Isometric perspective

Sometimes, in video games, to create an illusion of 3D on a 2D surface, isometric drawings are used. This simple technique isn't realistic, but it's very effective! Click here to learn more.

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Atmospheric perspective

To create a nice perspective, you don't necessarily need a vanishing point. An atmospheric perspective can be created using various color tones, gradient fills and transparency. Click here to learn more!

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Reverse perspective

Not all sorts of perspective are logical and easy to integrate into a drawing. Reverse perspective is one good example! Click here to learn more.

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