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    thank you Facundo!

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    I'm always glad when I see one of your posts on my instagram feed, it reminds me that I got there for the art and not the hot fit chicks promoting fat-burning tea.

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    Originally posted by CT_Sanders View Post

    Hi Jake. Okay, I will keep plodding allong with my perspective. Thats also a cool page. Thanks for the feedback, its always awesome to see your updates!
    I remember when I first wanted to learn Perspective for my panels, when I go out of the house I would analyze how buildings looked from my point of view to the point that I would imagine their vanishing lines for every edge of the building. it was a commitment on my part to be good at it I guess.


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    Originally posted by jakebilbao View Post

    thank you so much! for those specific panels I just winged it. it's maybe years of just drawing these pages. but I must say that when I first started out, I had to rely on vanishing points on almost all my panels. like on the page below.
    Hi Jake. Okay, I will keep plodding allong with my perspective. Thats also a cool page. Thanks for the feedback, its always awesome to see your updates!

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  • jakebilbao
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    Originally posted by CT_Sanders View Post
    Awesome last post Jake. The whole page has a really nice flow to it. I love the 3rd and 7th panel. I have a question, how techncal do you get with the perspective when you're doing your under-drawings for these panels? Everything seems so well related, but also not stiff or too laboured.
    thank you so much! for those specific panels I just winged it. it's maybe years of just drawing these pages. but I must say that when I first started out, I had to rely on vanishing points on almost all my panels. like on the page below.

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    Awesome last post Jake. The whole page has a really nice flow to it. I love the 3rd and 7th panel. I have a question, how techncal do you get with the perspective when you're doing your under-drawings for these panels? Everything seems so well related, but also not stiff or too laboured.

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