Perspective for Beginners | Part 2: Two-Point Perspective

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    New Masters AcademyNew Masters Academy
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    In this series, acclaimed artist and instructor Gary Meyer will impart on you his knowledge of multi-point perspective, light and shadow, and reflections. Gary continues his series with this lesson on drawing in Two-Point Perspective. He elaborates on different techniques for dividing lines, repeating rectangles, and checking for distortion in your perspective drawings.


    • 18″ x 24″ Marker Paper
    • Alvin Draft/Matic Mechanical Pencil
    • T-Square
    • Drawing Board with Metal Edge
    • 30-60-90 Triangle
    • 45-90 Triangle
    • Architect’s Scale
    • C-Thru Ruler
    • Tombow Mono Professional Drawing Pencil
    J Owens
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    The first house video I think is the turning point in perspective for me. I don’t know if I’ll specialize in this kind of accurate perspective but I certainly find it super interesting and exciting! Also I got the House of the Seven Gables reference haha, I studied in Salem, Mass.

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