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Drawing 3D Forms in Perspective with Catherine Bobkoski, Chris Legaspi

Drawing 3D Forms in Perspective
Introduction to Drawing Basic Shapes Learn how to plot and sketch in perspective

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Instructor
Catherine Bobkoski, Chris Legaspi
Subjects
Drawing
Topics
Perspective, Sketching
Mediums
Paper, Pen, Pencil
Duration
2h 18m 8s

In this lesson, instructors Chris Legaspi and Catherine Bobkoski will introduce you to drawing forms in three-dimensional space. You will learn how to plot basic shapes in perspective, construct forms from imagination, and break down a household object into simple forms.

Explore the Ellipse Guide by NMA Founder Joshua Jacobo. This detailed resource offers insights into creating ellipses and cylinders with precision, including their construction in perspective: http://bit.ly/3SWEEnV

This lesson belongs to the course Drawing Foundations I. This course is designed to empower new students with a structured approach to learning how to draw. Join instructors Steve Huston, Chris Legaspi, Heather Lenefsky, Catherine Bobkoski,  Bill Perkins, Joshua Jacobo, and Mark Westermoe as you learn the fundamentals of perspective, rendering, and composition. After completing this course, you will develop a solid foundation in drawing.

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