how to draw perspective

Draw Tip Tuesday: How to Draw Perspective

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Wait, what’s that in the distance? Well, it depends on your perspective.

Perspective—seeing things as closer to you and further away—is something that looks so natural and easy in real life. Try to put it in a drawing, though, and cue the sound of pencil tips snapping in frustration. But wait, that’s why we’re here! In this week’s Draw Tip Tuesday, Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene keeps you from having a breakdown by breaking down the simple steps to drawing with perspective. With these simple tricks, your sketches will have more depth, and you’ll be able to see things differently.

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For more on perspective, check out our next community kourse, Seeing. Click here for a preview.

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