Creative Perspective Techniques for Artists in Photoshop CS6

By utilizing the perspective techniques covered in this training you will be able to strengthen the perspective in your own compositions, whether you're drawing, painting, or working in 3D. Software required: Photoshop CS6.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 2, 2013
Duration
1h 45m
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Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 2, 2013
Duration
1h 45m
Description

By utilizing the perspective techniques covered in this training you will be able to strengthen the perspective in your own compositions, whether you're drawing, painting, or working in 3D. We'll begin this process with a review of basic perspective and how it can allow us to create forms accurately in space. From there we'll focus on how to draw a pyramid, an ellipse, and how to proportionately and successively place objects in space using one-point perspective. Following this, we'll explore some intermediate lessons on two-point perspective where we'll learn how to create a cylinder, draw a house, and a visualization exercise on how we can add three dimensional forms into a photo. Finally we'll learn how to draw from a bird's eye point of view using three-point perspective and end with another visualization exercise where we'll learn how to place a three dimensional form accurately into a photo. Software required: Photoshop CS6.

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Introduction and Project Overview
[Autogenerated] Hello, I'm Kurt with digital tutors. Welcome to this series of lessons focusing on intermediate perspective Techniques will begin this process with a review of basic perspective and how it can allow us to create forms accurately in space. From there will focus on how to draw a pyramid on the lips and how to proportionately and successfully placed objects in space. Using one point perspective, following this will explore some intermediate lessons on two point perspective, where we'll learn how to create a cylinder, draw a house and a visualization exercise on how we can add three dimensional forms into a photo. Finally learn how to draw from a bird's eye point of view using three point perspective and end with another visualization exercise. Will we learned how to place a three dimensional form accurately into a photo? By utilizing the perspective techniques covered in this course, you'll be able to strengthen the perspective in your own compositions. Whether you're drawing, painting or working in three D, so with that will go ahead and get started in our next lesson.