Architecture Perspective Mastery
Short recap on perspective, get back in the game asap with a short recap on box perspective and constructed perspective.
An advanced, detailed house in axonometric and constructed perspective.
A complex perspective of a small office building.
A pavilion in constructed perspective, 1:50 facade and interior perspective.
A composition in constructed perspective and axonometric.
Recap all your freehand perspective with a real-life objects composition.
Master the cylinder house – complex, weird and innovative – the lesson features two variants – horizontal and vertical cylinder.
Draw and design an office building – 1:200 facades and axonometric feature for a different game altogether.
Learn how to draw the three essential types of box perspectives and thus understand everything that you see in space.
How to sketch a detailed cube and prism house.
The essential volumes (draw them in triple projection, axonometric and sketch), understand how their shadows logic applies to perspective.
Draw a constructed perspective, adapt it to the 3 types of box perspective and then draw a detailed cube house.
Learn how to draw people – upgrade your line drawing and give all your constructed perspective scale.
Draw and design an elegant cube house in perspective, planar/frontal view and axonometrics (also implies advanced architectural concept ideas and graphics).
Draw and design a dynamic prism house in perspective, planar/frontal view and axonometric (also upgrade your understanding of architectural visual language and arch graphics).
Learn one-point perspective and apply it to a simple pavilion – learn how to also draw the pavilion in planar/frontal view, axonometric and freehand perspective sketch.
Standard Constructed perspectives
Design Constructed Perspectives
Interior Design and Product Design Perspectives
Architecture History Perspectives
Sketching to loosen up your line drawing
- Lectures 36
- Quizzes 0
- Duration > 100 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 352
- Assessments Yes