I'm referring to you as Senpai from now on ; u ; And I'm also watching you. Yeah. Sounds like a plan c: Your art is magic. And your lineart is life. How long does it normally take you to produce a picture? Or go from one step to the next? Also, I can see that you've gotten your perspective down c:
It's about the rule of perspective~We often use 1 point perspective, 2 point perspective and 3 point perspective(there are also 4,5...). Every line meets at these point(s). We use the perpective to make >“Everything looks small in the distance and big on the contrary.” You could find some perspective tutorials~I see there are many this kind of tutorials in dA~
Hei, thanks for making this! Perspective it's somehow new to me and I was wondering if you can explain how you've chose the vanishing points in the second picture [Houses on the Stopping Train]. They are 2 sets of 2 points perspective right? [I hope I'm not totally beside the subject T-T], how do you choose where to put the 2nd set for them to look right? Is there a rule? ^^' You don't have to reply if you don't want to//
In [Houses on the Stopping Train]，it's a cavalier perspective. There are more than two vanishing points. But you can take it as there are many two-point perspectives. Because the carriages are irregular, I put each carriage as a unit, each unit has their two-point perspective. And the key is that these two-point perspectives vanish on the same horizon.