chapter  13
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– Three-Point Perspective

Working in three-point perspective can make something ordinary look more animated.

While the setup is more labor intensive when compared to one-and two-point, it’s worth every bit of extra effort. When drawing in three-point, it’s even more important to have a clear idea of what you want your picture to look like before you start working on the final image. This means you should transition your idea from a rough compositional sketch (where again your only concerns are size, placement, and mood) to one where your initial composition has evolved enough to show reasonably accurate space and simple, general form.