Master the art of linear perspective.
If you’re an animator, illustrator, comic book artist, game artist or anything in between, you need to be able to create images that accurately and realistically show space, dimension and form. Simplifying Perspective is the one and only guide that thoughtfully and clearly breaks down the principles of perspective into something that’s easy to understand and use. With approachable lessons and clear visual step-by-step instruction, Robert Pastrana provides you with powerful techniques that help you turn a troubled drawing into a living, breathing, dimensional scene.
With Simplifying Perspective, you’ll never have to wade through dense, complex technical manuals again – this comprehensive guide to perspective is tailored specifically for artists who need to learn the ins and outs of one, two, and three-point perspective, measuring, shadows, reflections, and more. Simplifying Perspective presents complex drawing concepts in an easy-to-follow, approachable manner so you can finally learn the essentials of perspective without the anticipated frustration.
- Provides clarity, depth, and a wealth of examples – this is your must-have guide to understanding and using linear perspective
- Detailed visual instruction includes hundreds of color coded, step-by-step diagrams that allow you to easily follow the technical process of each construction
- Comprehensive companion website includes additional resources on perspective with a range of work to help further your skills
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Robert Pastrana has been both a college instructor and award-winning freelance illustrator for over 20 years. Robert has worked for clients such as Rolling Stone, Oracle, Visa, Microsoft, and Playboy. He currently teaches at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA and Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood, CA.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Before We Start
Chapter 2: Creating Space
Chapter 3: Setting It All Up
Chapter 4: The Cone of Vision
Chapter 5: The Setup In Action
Chapter 6: Constructing The Basic Forms
Chapter 7: Using Grids
Chapter 8: Measuring In Perspecitve
Chapter 9: Circles and Ellipses
Chapter 10: Mastering Slopes
Chapter 11: Indicating Reflections
Chapter 12: Casting Shadows
Chapter 13: Three-Point Perspective