Learn how to create the illusion of three-dimensional space in your drawings
It is as mundane as it is astounding: placed in the right way, a couple of lines on paper create three-dimensional space. To be more exact, the illusion of space.
The interest in three-dimensional drawing may initially arise from the intention to depict visible reality. However, the creation of depth is a fascinating challenge in every artistic composition. Drawing Perspective Methods for Artists is suitable for beginners and professionals alike. Authors Peter Boerboom and Tim Proetel have arranged, commented on, and with a guiding hand intuitively and tangibly presented 85 fundamental methods of three-dimensional illustration, offering a refreshing, simple approach to the graphic depiction of three-dimensionality.
Publisher: Rockport Publishers Inc.
Number of pages: 192
Dimensions: 208 x 150 mm
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