How to Draw a Background with 3 Point Perspective - Step by Step

Robert Marzullo, Online instructor of Figure Drawing and Comic Art

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18 Lessons (2h 57m)
    • 1. Intro Video

      1:33
    • 2. L1 Basic Understanding of 3 Point Perspective 1

      6:58
    • 3. L2 Sketching Out Our Concept

      9:23
    • 4. L3 Adding Details to Our Rough Sketch

      12:05
    • 5. L4 Studying from Reference with a Mood Board

      9:09
    • 6. L5 Adding More Details to Our Rough Sketch

      11:16
    • 7. L6 Adding More Details to Our Rough Sketch Part 2

      13:22
    • 8. L7 Adding More Details to Our Rough Sketch Part 3

      14:02
    • 9. L8 Cleaning Up Specific Areas In the Work

      4:58
    • 10. L9 Adding More Bricks

      9:36
    • 11. L10 Cleaning up the Building on the Left of the Scene

      6:25
    • 12. L11 Adding Detail to the Background Buildings

      9:29
    • 13. L12 Adding Detail to the Background Buildings Part 2

      9:58
    • 14. L13 Adding Detail to the Midground

      13:23
    • 15. L14 Recreating Our Window Design on the Lower Level

      11:18
    • 16. L15 More Windows

      17:30
    • 17. L16 Inking the Work

      11:12
    • 18. L17 Inking the Work Part 2

      5:24

About This Class

Welcome to my class, How to Draw a Background with 3 Point Perspective - Step by Step!  In this class, you will work alongside me as we create this detailed scene with the power of perspective.  This is a great exercise for anyone that wants to improve their skills for adding depth and dimension to their work!

We start with basic shapes and use the 3 Point Perspective grid to create a city scene.  This is the same process and type of work that I create for my comics and storyboard work.

This class is for Digital and Traditional artists.  I focus on the drawing process and not the software.

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If you are not ready for this class, you can check out my other classes on 1 and 2 Point Perspective to get you up to speed.

I am here if you have any questions about this class so don't hesitate to ask!

Thank you and good luck with your studies!

-Robert