Dimensional Dominator

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bissenshi's Sketchbook

  • Sharing the Knowledge
  • Dimensional Dominator
  • The Relentless
  • Basics Brawler
  • Using parts of Lesson 2 as warm-up exercices as well?

  • 250 cylinder challenge

  • branche exercices

  • Cylinder Axis checking

  • 250 Cylinder Challenge

  • Lesson 3: Applying Construction to Plants

  • Partial 250 Cylinder Challenge submission

  • Lesson 2: Contour Lines, Texture and Construction

  • Partial Lesson 2 Submission (2 / 7 exercises)

  • Partial Lesson 2 Submission (3 / 7 exercises)

  • 250 Box Challenge

  • Partial 250 Box Challenge submission

  • Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

  • Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

  • Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

  • Partial Lesson 1 Submission (4 / 10 exercises)

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Sketching: The Basics

Sketching: The Basics

A lot of folks have heard about Scott Robertson's "How to Draw" - it's basically a classic at this point, and deservedly so. It's also a book that a lot of people struggle with, for the simple reason that they expect it to be a manual or a lesson plan explaining, well... how to draw. It's a reasonable assumption, but I've found that book to be more of a reference book - like an encyclopedia for perspective problems, more useful to people who already have a good basis in perspective.

Sketching: The Basics is a far better choice for beginners. It's more digestible, and while it introduces a lot of similar concepts, it does so in a manner more suited to those earlier in their studies.

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