• Welcome

    by Val BarclayCourse 2 Perspective

    There are many terms used to describe learning that is delivered online, via the internet, online learning or e-learning as become the way to study.

    E-Learning is interactive which means you can also communicate with your teachers, professors or other students on your class. Grading your assignments and tests, e-Learning has been proven to be a successful method of training so be aware of the new way learn. E-Learning has completely transformed the way in which we learn in today’s technology-enhanced learning platforms. Unlike classroom teaching, with online learning you can access the content an unlimited number of times.

    Our "Welcome" Course with just one lesson will introduce you to just how our learning system works! From there you will be taken to Course 1 where you will start your first real Course and Lesson. So again, Welcome to Study Perspective.

  • Course 1: Techniques Of Perspective Drawing

    by Val Barclay

    This seems to be an area that is difficult for the beginning student as well as some more accomplished artists. For every single piece artwork you’ll get step-by-step, easy to follow tutorials that will give you the knowledge, the confidence, and the insider secrets. In this course you will learn how to draw accurately using Perspective Drawings and your Tutor will be using 4 Modules for your lessons »»

    Lesson 1: Guy At The Window, Lesson 2: Perspective Drawing, Lesson 3: Rules of Vanishing Points, Lesson 4: Measurements and Quiz..

  • Course 2: Creating Rectangle Perspective Box

    by Val BarclayPerspective

    You will now be learning how to create perspective above the Horizon Line where you will learn and get step-by-step, easy to follow tutorials. I want YOU to draw image 8, not trace, you should have learned the process by now, you are now ready to be creative. I have done it for you but YOU need to create it using Freehand drawing or your Vector program, and upload it to the server. »»

    Lesson 5: Rectangle Box, Lesson 6: Something Amazing!, Lesson 7: Introduction – Cone of Vision, Lesson 8: Cone of Vision and Quiz.

  • Course 3: Circles in Perspective

    by Val BarclayPerspective Circles

    The reason why I felt I had to create a course to teach people about perspective was all about making it real for everyone. When we talk of an ellipse, the mathematics teacher has a different meaning than the Art teacher. The theory of perspective can be a very technical one, but as artists we need to create what’s real to us.

    How many of us ever see a circle? We don’t! We see a circle drawn on paper with a compass or a pretty pattern on the wall made of circles, but when do we see a circle? Yet circles are around us all the time in some form. »»

    Lesson 9: Definition of an Ellipse, Lesson 10: Minor and Major Axis of an Ellipse, Lesson 11: When an Ellipse is not a Sphere, Lesson 12: Various Views of Ellipses, Lesson 13: Creating the Wheels of a Car, Lesson 14: Correcting distortion to an Ellipse, Lesson 15: Cylinder Constructions and Quiz.

  • Course 4: Perspective Shadows And Light Source

    by Val BarclayShadows and Light

    Become a better artist and know how to create Shadows in your artwork. Some artist devotes years doing artwork without the knowledge of perspective and without that knowledge, creating shadows can be a missive pitfall to there drawing. This course will show you how it’s done. Learn the theory of shadows and you will have the skills to last you a lifetime. We use unpretentious video explainers to help you construct your shadows so I hope you will find the process an enjoyable and pleasurable way to learn Shadows in Perspective. Shadows follow us everywhere, even in the dark and create an amazing addition to our sense of depth and feel to our surrounding.

    Shadows need light and it will always find light, always, so please keep that in mind as you work through our Lessons. Outside light is the Sun which we know is far away and it moves, landscape artist has to understand how to use the sunlight to create natural forms. »»

    Lesson 16: Shadows Using Parallel Light Rays, Lesson 17: Creating Converging Shadows, Lesson 18: Using Parallel Rays, Lesson 19: Perspective and Parallel Light Rays, Lesson 20: Solid Cylinders Shadow, Lesson 21: Creating Shadows Using Spheres.

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