Sometime while working on a perspective drawing, you might come across a situation where you need to draw things that are uniform in size.
For example, these could be a tile floor, windows in a sky scrapers, or a chessboard. Or it could be that you need to draw things that have an identical amount of space between them… such as a row of telephone poles.
These problems can be challenging because it is hard to determined how those tiles or windows should dismiss in size as they go back into the distance.
So in this lesson, we are going to go over a simple but very effective technique that you can use to measure and divide space in perspective.
Please refer to the video above for details on how this method works.
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Until next time, thanks for watching and good luck drawing!