Tagents are the number one killer of depth in art.
We all want to avoid tangents as much as possible in our art. This thread will look at the various kinds of tangents to avoid.
A reminder to some and brand new to others.
Any comments, questions and requests for more detailed explanations welcome.
Here's the first in the series.
Nice job, Symson! Tangents are always something I see in my illustrations after they're done, so your drawing/chart is a helpful reminder. I hope you'll post more examples in this thread!
That is incredibly helpful. Thanks Symson.
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Thanks for the kind words and I hope this continues to be helpful. If something is not clear at anytime, please feel free to ask for clarification. Also feel feel to ask for tips if you're stuck and don't see a way out of Tangent City in something you're drawing.
Loston provided an excellent example of figures being caught in Tangent City. Thanks to him for that contribution. I ask him and others to feel free to contribute. Let's share our knowledge.
So with that handled let's move on to figures objectifying the border.