Realistic perspective is critical to achieving lifelike quality in your matte paintings. In this lesson, Maxx will teach you all the fundamentals of one, two, and three-point perspective and what the differences are between them. From there, you'll learn how to prepare an image plate with perspective grids, break up source images into orthographic views, and retrofit them into your paintings with the proper perspective.
Find a base image that has one-point perspective to use as a plate, and create a city around an isolated area.
Find a base image that has two or three-point perspective to use as a plate, and create a sci-fi cityscape around an isolated area.
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Fur Etti 2 years ago
I really can't undesrstand how to scale the object on the right perspective...I mean the minute 5:30 of the "Aligning Perspective" point