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Saturday, February 25, 2012


Well, these are out of order now and not following a logical progression. The examples were done to illustrate the use of 1, 2 and multiple point perspective in 2D pan situations. These were all done in the last three weeks in the classes taught at Sheridan. The grid types do repeat a bit, but the scenarios were all suggested by the students on the spot. Great fun actually. Improv layout!


Natalia Ross said...

How useful! I've been trying to practice pan sketches on my own for the past while, and the multiple point perspective is exactly what I was having trouble with, thank you for explaining!

d.Ane said...

I remember this class, I think Matt Suggested the dinosaur one. None the less, this all was such a great help. Can't wait for your book Scott!