Welcome to Lesson 9 of “Drawing Secrets Revealed” where you’ll learn all about perspective! Perspective is present in any scene in life and there are a number of different types of perspective. As you refine your observation skills, you’ll begin to consciously notice the perspective of anything you see! As with every lesson in this course, this lesson aims to give you a solid foundation without getting too technical and complicated. You will finish then lesson both understanding basic types of perspective and how to render them accurately on your paper. Maybe even, like me, you’ll find it’s actually really fun to draw perspective in your subjects, and at the very least, you won’t be intimidated by scenes show very definite, structured perspective. You will be empowered to draw any scene because you know you have the skills to ground a composition in proper perspective!
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