Drawing like a pro - 56, Two-Point Perspective lesson by @jorgevandeperre

in hive-185836 •  2 months ago 



Hello dear Steemians,

Today I wanted to share with you my last work that I have created on background of the old exercises and decided to upgrade it. If you remember we have our Art Classes under tag #woxartschool and @jorgevandeperre kindly introducing us the wonderful world of basics of understanding how to improve our drawing skills and make it easy for us to create something with our skills and not only copying something from the photo but think how to do them in its easy way when we understand it then all the theme and topics easy to interpret.

For your attention I want to present the old drawing first:


Slowly I started to do more and more adding cubes of different shapes, some empty spaces within cubes and location and here are what then happen:



Here I thought that adding some shading may bring the effect of three dimension objects and started to apply the shading. Really like it but I am not sure if that is OK, for me looks fine but we will see what will be hte opinion of Jorge about that.


Here is the final drawing, do not know how about you but I really love it :)



CURATION TRIAL @worldofxpilar




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I'm very happy to see your progress and how you are now more confident in your drawings. Well done.

Thank you Jorge, it is true after you showed the examples and seeing how randomly the objects could be put in scene then it is becoming easy to do it. I agree practicing is very important and I am glad that you also keep giving us more knowledge through your lessons.

Yes, practice is very important because you are also training your eyes, your sense of proportion, and your sense of space and depth.

Upvoted! Thank you for supporting witness @jswit.

Talent donation(재능기부) is a new form of volunteering that has recently started in Korea. People who speak English well, who can draw well or who know how to cook special food, teach it for free to anyone who wants to learn it. I think Steemit can be a nice place for talent donation.

Yes, you are right and in the past it was like that when there were many curation projects unfortunately now only one big account SC01 and nothing else.

It is amazing to learn about these concepts of drawing techniques to make the drawing balanced and symmetrical in a way @stef1, so now we learned that drawing is calculated and not just randomly put on a paper, amazing! 👍

Keep up the good work. 😉