Posted 07 May 2012 - 12:35 PM
So this thread is for artists who want a bit of advice for making their pieces, or maybe some help finding references.
I'll be blunt and start with my problem. I am trying to make a drawing of the Solaris battle, and I've got a grand idea in place. I'm looking to try something similar in vein to this:
The problem comes with making the perspective along with the environment. Since the place of battle is a void with a bunch of floating rocks, I'm struggling with finding a way to capture this grand perspective. (I'd post the sketch but my scanner is out of commission.) Does anyone have any advice to share on how to make the perspective work?
Posted 07 May 2012 - 01:37 PM
Posted 07 May 2012 - 02:05 PM
Looks like you need to use two horizon lines, one for the ground, one for the sky, as well as a focal point in the center for each. Then draw the landscape from the focal point, and the sky as well. It should all fall into place from there.
I'm not used to using a horizon line (let alone two), how do you think I could separate the two?
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