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Two Point Perspective: Outside the city


 

These pieces accompany the previously posted perspective drawings. The initial idea was to have one large strip of paper incorporating multiple perspective points of places inside and outside of the city. However, that piece in itself was a huge ontake, and would require much more skill than I currently possess. The most efficient way however of producing the same results was to make the piece over four smaller pieces of paper.

Each are A4 in size with different two point perspective in each. These two were much more difficult than the city pieces, believe it or not. The city itself is packed with multiple buildings, roads, factories etc whilst the outside is trees and ruins. Walkways and old stone buildings are strewn about the piece with varying sizes of trees, streams and rock precipices by the waterfalls.  However, I am happy with how they have come out in the end. The leader lines are being kept in all the pieces to perpetuate the movement in each I wish to show the viewer. Also, it ties all the pieces in well together.

Cityscape Panorama


This piece was produced through stitching four images together in photoshop. Each piece here has used two point perspective, but in varying heights and widths to give a slightly disjointed and chaotic feeling.

They have come out out a lot better than expected, the feeling of movement and speed in the middle panels and calm outside. If all goes to plan, these will be printed on acetate with an ink wash underneath, creating a colour gradient.

All were produced on white card wit HB pencils (and a lot of patience)

Dystopia vs Utopia


Also, some extras. Perspective is something that’s been a real Achilles heel of mine, but these turned out a lot better than I could have hoped!

Both were produced with fineliners, copic markers, and a lot of eraser marks!

Dystopia: 21 – end


That’s it so far! Eventually this may be released as a limited edition mini comic with high quality prints, as soon as the front and back cover are completed.

Dystopia: 16 – 20


Dystopia: 16-20

Dystopia: 6-10


Pages 6 – 10 for Dystopia

Tattoo Design: Camellias


A tattoo design for a friend, apologies for quality!

The colour was only a guide line.

She asked for originally something to incorperate flowers, to represent her family. So we decided on white and red camelias, representing love and her child with Ivy binding them together representing wedded bliss.

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