Some pretty good stuff here, a good read.
I made a blog entry on some of the tips I've picked up. You can view the original post here:
Perspective Drawing Techniques in Photoshop
If remote linking is too much of a pain, let me know. I'll just copy/paste/ and relink the images here. But If I don't have to, I don't want to.
Learning how to make simple perfect cube filled perspective grids in sketchup and moving them to photoshop or manga studio is a useful thing. When you need to keep proportions constant and deal with perspective distortion which the radiating perspective grids don't really handle that well.
This book has premade ones
Man, your post brings back painful, painful memories of slow, tedious line snapping that was never 100% accurate and endless hours of cleanup... )
In the humanitarian interest of easing the suffering of the masses, I humbly submit:
And really ask yourself, how long it would take you to do this:
Seriously, it changed my life! I'm happier and more productive than I've ever been.
WHOA! I gotta get that Manga Studio after seeing those vids! Thanks for sharing that!
For the record, this post wasn't about how to draw perspective, it was about, if drawing in Photoshop, how to use the tools in Photoshop to draw in Perspective. I agree there are better tools for drawing perspective. I didn't know MangaStudio was one of them though.
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