Course 3: Circles in Perspective

Perspective Circles

Course 3: Circles in Perspective

Perspective Circles
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Weather you use a Computer or create your artwork Freehand, we will show you just how it’s done to give you the results of the master’s.

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When we understand the perspective tools, what precisely can we do with it?

Briefly, we can represent any object or scene by lines on a flat sheet of paper in such a way that the image is similar to what you would see if you looked at the actual object or scene through our eyes, keeping them fixed on the subject.
Pablo Picasso: “Everything you can imagine is real.”
Leonardo da Vinci: “Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.”
Pablo Picasso: “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
How often do you pick up a cup of tea and see a circle, never! We see an ellipse, a “Circle in Perspective”. When you want to create human forms such as hands, face, fingers, body etc., the ‘ellipse’ plays a very important part.

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