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Drawing a Comic Book Background with One Point Perspective

Robert Marzullo, Online instructor of Figure Drawing and Comic Art

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11 Lessons (2h 4m)
    • 1. Introduction to the Class

      1:17
    • 2. L1 - The Rough Sketch of Our Scene

      15:09
    • 3. L2 - Adding to Our Rough Sketch

      8:19
    • 4. L3 - Cleaning Up Our Perspective

      7:27
    • 5. L4 - Adding More Details to Our Scene

      11:44
    • 6. L5 - Adding In More Details to Our Scene Part 2

      9:22
    • 7. L6 - Adding Inks to Our Scene

      15:41
    • 8. L7 - Inking the Work Part 2

      14:17
    • 9. L8 - Inking the Work Part 3

      18:41
    • 10. L9 - Inking the Work Part 4

      14:30
    • 11. L10 - Finishing Touches

      7:32
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About This Class

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In this class, you will learn how to draw a messy alleyway in a One Point Perspective. This is done almost entirely with a freehand and fun method. This helps you to focus on being creative and not restricting your ideas so much.  You will learn how to simplify areas within your work to create the illusion of depth.

We will first start with a basic thumbnail to create our concept. This will act as a guide for the rest of the illustration.  You will then learn how to correct areas within the artwork by using basic perspective rules.

Then after all the details are in place we will begin to ink the work and finalize the concepts.  By adding shadows and texture we can pull it all together.

I hope you enjoy these lessons and I am here if you have any questions. The next class will be on Two Point Perspective, so I hope you will join me for that one as well! :)

Robert A. Marzullo

Ram Studios Comics

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Robert Marzullo

Online instructor of Figure Drawing and Comic Art

I enjoy creating and sharing Video Content of my drawing process. I teach comic book illustration techniques, figure drawing, and digital painting. I use programs such as Adobe Photoshop CC, Clip Studio Paint, Procreate, and Sketchbook Pro 8.

I am the author/illustrator of the book, "Learn to Draw Action Heroes."

I have been teaching online for over 5 years now and love the ability to connect and teach artists all over the world. It is very exciting and rewarding!

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