And THIS is why I prefer to draw in 2D
7 months ago
Haha indeed. But it will be awesome like always.
You're a better man than I — 3 point perspective in Ai is for the birds. Looks like you've got it under control though.
Every once in a while I use manga studio for its perspective tools. Pretty handy.
makes me go cross-eyed and divert my attention to requiring a sandwich.
I'm looking in the lower left, why am I looking in the lower left?
Should be tediously fun and will look all-the-awesomer for taking the time. Have you tried the perspective grid tool in AI? Sometimes it's pretty helpful.
It's a train. Mystery solved.
I think, you’ll save yourself a HUGE amount of time if you’ll do it in 3D and then render to vector.
Isn't this what the new perspective grid tool in illustrator is for?
Watch that light gray oval in the center (that makes the metal come outward). It looks like it's pointing downward slightly because I we can see too much of the top. Follow the vanishing point to the center of the oval to get the point where it starts to disappear. You're close.
Next station: Guide Nightmare
@Jack Bloom The perspective grid in Illustrator is useless. Adobe is so lazy these days that they haven’t even checked what others have done in this field. There’s pretty cool solution in Manga Studio, for example.
Charge triple, for each dimension of course.
Agreed @Valery Sibikovsky. The illustrator perspective grid is nearly impossible to use. Even if you were patient enough to try and use the thing, it would be damn near impossible to reach this level of detail.
6 months ago
Well you basically can't really "draw" in 3D anyway ;)
Such a perfectionist.
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