When looking at railroad tracks that go off in the distance, everyone understands that they get closer and closer together … More
Where did that Horizon Line Go?
One of the things I love about teaching art is that I am continually learning through my students. Answering their … More
Staying Inside the Box
Drawing boats is always a challenge. Those curved shapes are graceful and symmetrical and yet so difficult to put in … More
Do you see what I see?
Working with straight lines is one thing, but how do you deal with round? Circles in perspective can boggle the … More
For most drawings, basic two point perspective works just fine. Occasionally, we might want to try a more dramatic angle. … More
A Shocking Revelation
We were simply drawing boxes in class, putting them in positions that require two vanishing points. One of the students … More
I recently began teaching a six week Perspective course. It’s a topic I find fascinating and I especially enjoy … More
One of the many things I love about the Oregon Coast is the mist or light that settles where the shore … More
As I mentioned in the previous post, the premise of Urban Sketching is to drawn within an allotted time frame … More
Righting the Wrongs
Last week I posted a drawing with perspective errors. How many did you find? Here’s a numerical list of the … More