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Originally posted by Tough Love@Feb 27 2006, 07:59 PM

the trick is, there is no set out vanashing points most of the time

ur just drawing shapes in 3 dimensions that overall look like letters......

 

 

 

so what? i did it wrong?

what makes it look bad?

i was just experimenting so help me out

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i dont know what u did im just saying

no one ever uses guidlines or perspective when doing it

its just thinking of ur letters as occupying a space, and being letters in an unconventional 3D way

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FOR SOMETHING THAT REALLY ISN'T YOUR THING YOU'RE PRETTY GOOOD... I'D LIKE TO SEE IT SHADED.

 

I'D ALSO LIKE TO SEE WHAT REALLY IS YOUR THING, HOW DOPE IS THAT GONNA BE..

PROPS!

 

BIG H.

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i think its amazing the can control these new abstract writers have, it really beings a nice art to graffiti.

the fades, and shading amazes me the most though

peace

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Tough Love...

I don't know what advice you're giving

but if you think that vanishing points aren't important

to drawing in 3-D perspective you are wrong.

You may have gotten to the point where you don't actually need to draw a

vanishing point but if you're doing drawing in perspective...your lines

will converge into a point somewhere...that's just how it works.

Unless you are using an axonometric perspective...where the lines don't

converge....they just remain parallel forever.

But in any conventional perspective drawing (3D letter shapes included)

your lines will converge somewhat...this is what gives the illusion of depth.

 

say word.

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word.

 

what i think he meant was, theres no set vanishing point that all the letters use. like, each letter is a seperate object in space; and each whole letter/part of the letter has its own vanishing point?

 

i dont know, the hawaii education system has failed me.

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Originally posted by asew6@Mar 1 2006, 04:09 PM

bit shady 3D aint really my thing

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weeeerd this is fyar for not your thing!

have u tryed this before ?

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