Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Typical errors when using perspective - and how to avoid them

the most common mistake
Traditional drawing skills still matter in animation, which is why we teach life drawing, storyboards, character design and visual development here at Bucks. The ability to express an idea simply and clearly on a piece of paper - or even on a napkin in a restaurant - is still one of the most powerful weapons in the animator's arsenal.

The ability to master the art of perspective, that most Renaissance of skills first developed in 15th Century Florence, is one of the more tricky parts of the designer's toolkit. Fail to learn perspective drawing and your designs will never speak with authority. Follow this link to a wonderful blog post that points to some of the most common errors in perspective drawing, and how to fix them.


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