DRAWING LINEAR PERSPECTIVE

Filippo Brunelleschi is the first known artist to develop the technique of linear perspective. Linear perspective is a technique that helps illustrators to make their 2D drawings look more realistic by adding a 3D effect using a horizon line and vanishing points. Some drawings might use one vanishing point, while others might use two. Here’s some tutorials you can use to develop your own skills.

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