4.55 (71 reviews)
☑ How to use simple tricks like “overlap”, “object placement”, and “size variation” to create an illusion of depth in your drawings
☑ All the different elements of a perspective drawing finally explained (vanishing points, horizon line, picture plane, etc)
☑ How to use off frame vanishing points to make your drawings look better
☑ Step-by-step instructions on how to draw scenes in 1-point, 2-point, and 3-point perspective
☑ The right way to draw crowds of people (or any group of objects) in perspective
☑ A simple way to measure distance and divide space in perspective
☑ And a whole lot more…
In this course on how to draw perspective for beginners, you're going to learn all the fundamentals things you'll need to know in order to get started with perspective drawing.
We'll begin by covering all the basic concepts. You'll learn about the horizon line, vanishing points, the picture plane, and various methods of achieving depths in a drawing.
Then we'll go though each of the three most common perspective schemes include one-point, two-point, and three-point perspective.
You'll not only learn how to draw each of the perspective types through easy to follow, step-by-step exercise… but we'll so go though diagrams that will explain exactly how these rules of perspective works.
All the concepts are explained in a straight forward and thorough manner that will allow you to gain a deep understanding of this subject.
Then we'll go through a detailed exercise where you'll learn how to draw a cityscape scene in three point perspective.
And finally, you'll learn a simple method for dividing space in both one and two point perspective. This will allow you to drawing all kinds of cool objects like environments and buildings.
This course was designed for the complete beginners who wants a pain free way to start started with perspective. By the end of this course, you'll learn things like:
How to use simple tricks like “overlap”, “object placement”, and “size variation” to create an illusion of depth in your drawings
What makes 1, 2, and 3 point perspective look different from each others
How to use off frame vanishing points to make your drawings look better
Step-by-step instructions on how to draw scenes in 1-point, 2-point, and 3-point perspective
And a whole lot more…
And as always, this course comes with a 100% money back guarantee so if you are not in love with it for any reason, you can get every penny of your money back.
Methods of Achieving Depth
Elements of Perspective
One-Point Drawing Exercise
Off-Frame Vanishing Points
Two-Point Drawing Exercise
Three-Point Drawing Exercise
Finding the Perspective Center
Cityscape Drawing Exercise
Dividing Space in One-Point Perspective
Dividing Space in Two-Point Perspective
Placing Objects in Space
So far, the lessons have been easy to understand and follow. They also, have been teaching me some much needed fundamentals. I'm excited to get further in the course.
Ethan Nguyen erklärt klar und eingehend. Seine Art zu unterrichten ist entspannend und sehr angenehm. Es macht viel Freude, an seinen Kursen teilzunehmen. Ich lerne sehr viel bei ihm. Herzlichen Dank dafür!
this was a good match for me because I can follow his instructions clear. I like the fact that he draws with the pencil.
Thank you for such clear teaching of concepts... starting with very elementary concepts .... thank you thank you thank you... please continue to make quality instruction . You have talent as an instructor and the way you design your courses...
I really like the approach this instructor uses. He separates the different techniques used to create depth in a very clear and logical manner. I think I've learned more in the first two segments of this course than I did when I took a drawing class as an elective in university.
I've taken several classes on perspective over the years and within a month I forget vanishing points. Here explanation clear and simple and best of all I can go back if I forget.
I’m very thankful to this course and especially the tutor who sooo easily explained perspectives within few minutes.. that took me years to learn from others and this tutor is really like a god’s grace to all. Thank you very very much very grateful ??????❤️? from India - dhwani shah
I am so impressed with Ethan teaching skills that his are the only classes I want to take. Thank you Ethan for everything! Debbie Dodge