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  1. Reyna Rodriguez
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  3. Sunday, 01 April 2018
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Finally, its here. :) I would like to see everyone else's perspective tasks too. Looking forward to feedback.
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Thanks for your submission... ill try and get a reply to you over the next fee days :)
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Hi Reyna,

Thanks for submitting! I see you did it traditionally which is probably a little harder than working digital.

So to start based on the images I have attached... the Distance Point was a little off, but close enough...

I'm not sure how you worked out the Distance points, but they didn't seem to be in the correct place.

These points are basically measured by taking the distance between Vanishing Point 1 and the Distance point & also Vanishing Point 2 and the distance point.

You then use these lengths or lines, and place them back over the horizon line. The ends of these lines are the distance points.

You might want to read the article and see the step by step images to see examples of it in action...
https://www.conceptstart.net/art-tutorial/drawing-3d-objects-in-1-2-3-point-perspective

I think you understood the concept of using the vanishing points in relation to the edges of the object to define the perspective, which is good, but with the measuring points being off it lead to you creating a cube which wasn't fully accurate in 2 point perspective

I did a quick over draw of your cube to show how it should appear.

You can keep it more simple by drawing the shape resting on its largest side, e.g square pyramid you drew is at a difficult angle, just drawing like you'd see a normal pyramid on its base. Drawing shapes at odd angles is little more complex and its best to fully understand the absolute basics of perspective first. Keep each step of the learning process clean and simple.

I think for now, start with a single easy shape like a cube. Generate only the coordinates, and practice cubes and correct measuring points, because the rest of the feedback will revolve around this and it's best to be 100% before moving on. Once you have established a cube, think how you can extend it into a rectangle... From here we can move onto the harder shapes, like the cone, and it will be easier for you to understand how to use the cubes and rectangles to define the more complex shapes!

I'd love to see how you take this feedback on board and happy to give additional feedback ready for you to do some more complex shapes.


Good luck!
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I refreshed page, trying one last time.
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Ok, it failed to attach again, Ill try adding it one more time.
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Perspective 2 isn't attaching properly on the last comment. So here goes again.
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Perspective 2 and foreshortening tasks.
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