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Perspective Drawing in Photoshop! Grids and Tips



#max pauson #brent noll #atmospheric perspective #draw in perspective #Film & Animation
Perspective grids in Photoshop are easy to make. We show you how to use perspective grids in this episode, we show you 1, 2 and 3 point. And how to make a Warped Perspective Grid! Perspective is great for animation backgrounds, comics, concept art, and illustration. And as bonus. Brent and Max will teach you all about composition, set dressing, lighting, atmospheric perspective and MORE..
Enjoy! and let us know in the comments if this helped you in your art!
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Special thanks to our Submitting artists.
Zach
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James Bristow
https://www.instagram.com/jamesmbristow/
Vinnie D.
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James De Ocampo
jebs.artstation.com
Brandon Allred
https://www.instagram.com/brandonallr...
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Industry Artists featured in this episode
Mathieu Hains
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JULIETA COLรS
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Cyndee Guerrieri
http://cyndeeguerrieri.tumblr.com/
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This is one of those channels where I wish you'd been around for 5 years or something already so you had more vids I could binge watch XD Awesome stuff! I can't wait to see more!

by PopCross Studios 1 year ago

A semester's worth of perspective lessons in one video... Where have you been all my life????

by Chu Chu 1 year ago

That fangirl email at the end was hilarious - and accurate.

by LagiNaLangAko23 1 year ago

Awesome video guys โ™ฅ Thank you

by Yousif TUT 1 year ago

โ€œReal cities have variationโ€


unless itโ€™s Hong Kong

by Ahmes Syahda 1 year ago

Another excellent video. Requires rewatching to soak everything up. I had never even thought of using photoshop's free transform tool the way you show it... It seems so obvious now. And I had never thought about making a bajillion lines to start with... I'd always just drawn the ones that directly connect to whatever I was drawing. These sorts of tips are invaluable and I've not seen them anywhere else.
Seeing this makes me sad that there aren't more channels like this. It's rare to get someone(s) who is working in their industry, is good at it, takes time to learn new things, AND takes time to teach things.
The only other guy I can think of is AVE. (Arduino vs Evil)
In my case, I feel that I've gotten back more than twice what I've put out in terms of knowledge, when it comes to my tutorials. Have you guys learned anything valuable from your audience?

by Taran Van Hemert 1 year ago

As an art teacher I found all your lessons and advices very helpful not only for my students but also for myself (oh... the horror! A teacher that needs lessons) ๐Ÿ˜Œ๐Ÿ‘

by Efrain Morales 1 year ago

"are you sick on spending thousands on art school???"
Me in art gimnasium where you go for free bc Europe is great: ....*no*

by I have questions 10 months ago

This taught me more than my art classes in college

by BrokeBot 1 year ago

This video taught me perspective types that were not even mentioned to me during 2 years of art classes. I'm starting to think that my teachers are kinda incompetent. You guys rule!

by XyzXyz Xyz 6 months ago

about to graduate art school and now this is when perspective clicks for me?...

by Kirstyn Smith 1 year ago

"Just get a wacom tablet and a copy of photoshop and you're ready to learn!"


Me: But I have paint tool sai and a GAOMON tablet. . .


"too bad!"



Cri

by Hewwo 8 months ago

Shes the sexiest girl in her class
looks at png of her
Me: I just can't imagine what her classmates look like

by The Sammurai Rat 2 months ago

Really great to see a perspective video, so many people jump in and draw art/background without being able to block out basic shapes in perspective which hurts them greatly. Also I recommend toonboom harmony/storyboard as they both now have perspective tools that you can snap your cursor too, as well as clip studio paint which also has native perspective tools. If you only work in photoshop you can also get lazy nezumi (paid plugin) which has built in perceptive tools as well.

A few other perspective tips that could be covered in future videos: center of object by drawing an X from corner to corner (if you need something in the center). Scaling things in perspective (say a person up close scaled size wise into the background, or repeating objects). I highly recommend Perspective for comicbook artists by David Chelsea as well!

Happy anniversary :D!

by tiarawhy 1 year ago

my technique is :
1 - search a photo in the perspective that you want
2 - trace it

by Emma Carena 4 months ago

The tip about how to decide what grid to use is a lifesaver. I studied perspective at art school and literally NOBODY told me this. I struggled because I was missing that most vital clue! Thank you SO much!

by Robin Fox 1 year ago

youtube is kinda unthanklful.. great editing, great ideas, great useful tips, real actual talent (unlike your typical view-reaping trash-content-producing youbue-"TALENT" that only got famous cause luck and/or cause attractive).. why does this channel not have a million subs yet after almost 2 years??

by slave No. 4028 1 year ago

This video made my head hurt I learned so much

by theXlegend17 1 year ago

- 1 point perspective
- 2 points perspective
- 3 points perspective
- panoramic distortion / banana pan
- Spherical perspective / Fish eye

by LUCIEM v 1 year ago

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