anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you draw things and make them look 3D?
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  • katieb
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TranceNova
  • TranceNova
What do you want to draw, here's one for basic shapes: http://www.learningplace.com.au/sc/online/math_7/MY4_S_SLA_SH_draw.pdf
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can make objects look 3D by shading and adding 3 dimensional surfaces. Here's how to shade: http://www.explore-drawing-and-painting.com/shading-techniques.html
anonymous
  • anonymous
cast a shadow and draw it lightly first then make it dark

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Draw your stuff with a constant light source (or sources). Add directional shadows and shade objects based on the way the light would hit them. Observe actual objects to practice.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i use google sketch up to draw 3D it is user friendly and u can find many tutorials on youtube
anonymous
  • anonymous
shading
darthsid
  • darthsid
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darthsid
  • darthsid
Shading is good, but you can use a technique called perspective to show how lines appear to converge towards a vanishing point to the human eye
anonymous
  • anonymous
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