ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE: DRAWING A LIGHTHOUSE

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ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE LANDSCAPE: DRAWING A LIGHTHOUSE

This course expands on the BASIC ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE SKETCHING  course by providing you with some realism to your sketches. If you are seeking a new challenge, this course is for you.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

1. People that are fearful of perspective

2. Drawing/Art Hobbyists

3. Aspiring Product Designers

4. Architects

5. People who LOVE to learn something new

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS COURSE:

1. How to explore and analyze a scene and break down the elements of one point perspective using a reference photograph.

2. How to break down your scene into fundamental shapes and objects

3. How to interpret the photograph and create contrasting elements using grey markers

4. How to 3 dimensionalize your objects in one point perspective

5.  How to take a layered approach and build details

6.  How to add a little color to your sketch using markers

7.  Finishing up the drawing with pen linework.

WHAT SUPPLIES DO I NEED FOR THIS COURSE:

1. Marker Paper or Thick 28Ib White Laser Copy PaperNOTE: Marker paper will not allow for the markers to BLEED through the paper.  If you choose to go the copy paper route, be sure to add another sheet underneath so the markers do not stain whatever is underneath your paper.

LINK 1 – CANSON 

LINK 2 – HP 32Ib 100 BRIGHT

2. Set of Grey Scale Markers – Some Brands are shown below – I use Prismacolor brand – If you look out for deals on Amazon, you can purchase the Prismacolors for approx. $25 or less.

LINK 1 – PRISMACOLOR- 10 Greyscale range

LINK 2 – SPECTRUM NOIR – 6 Greyscale range

LINK 3 – DAINAYW GREYSCALE – 12 pack

LINK 4 – TOUCHNEW GREYSCALE – 30 pack

3. Printable Perspective Template – This will be supplied with the course.

I do not know much about the Dainayw or Touchnew and their respective quality. Be sure to check the reviews on Amazon or check demos on Youtube.

 

Course Content

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INTRODUCTION
STEP ONE: LAYING OUT BASIC SHAPES IN ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE
STEP TWO: LAYING OUT HIGH CONTRAST AREAS AND DARKER SHADES
STEP THREE: BUILDING DETAILS USING GREY MARKERS
STEP FOUR: ADDING COLOR
STEP FIVE: FINISHING TOUCHES WITH FINE TIP MARKERS