Perspective 21: Advanced Three-Point Perspective

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    New Masters AcademyNew Masters Academy
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    In the final lesson of his series on 3-Point Perspective, Erik Olson shows you how to combine three-point, two-point, and one-point perspective. He does demonstrations of tree-house, hallway, and restaurant scenes, and extreme bird’s and worm’s eye views. If you’ve watched this whole series you will learn how to draw informal and applied perspective drawings, giving you a launchpad to make fully realized finished pieces with accurate and effective perspective.This is not for beginners, we don’t recommend you start here!

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    • 45-45-90 Transparent Triangle Ruler
    • 30-60-90 Transparent Triangle Ruler
    • Alvin Pro-Matic Lead Holder – 2H Lead
    • Alvin Rotary Lead Pointer
    • T-Square Ruler
    • Protractor
    • Prismacolor Verithin Colored Pencil – Red/Blue
    • Paintbrush
    • Kneaded Eraser
    • Hard Eraser
    • Helix Technical Compass
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    Flowizard
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    In lesson 3 Erik mentions there exist some great perspective books from the past that are heavily into measuring and was wondering if anyone knows the titles of any of these books? I would greatly appreciate it.

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    RiccoMartini
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    I would also like to know where the recommended reading list is which Erik mentions so often?

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