Proportions in Perspective – How to Draw it by IDCreatures

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Proportions can be described as getting the sizes of objects correct when they are related to other objects in a composition. Dealing with perspective drawing means also dealing with Proportion. SO when you are drawing you’re creating a drawing that shows Perspective. And, you must recognize and get the sizes of the objects around correct as the objects recede further away from view to properly illustrate Perspective.Proportions in Perspective - How to Draw it by IDCreatures

Proportions in Perspective Drawing

When the words are getting you more confused, you should better see a video. This is the way all gets clear and easier to understand. IDCreatures are doing it in this video presentation on a very simple and understandable way. Check it out!


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