At 2/21/11 08:53 AM, The-Worsley-Bear wrote:
So I've got this picture, right? Its got these buildings in it, right? Right, so I decided a little later than perhaps I should of that 2 point perspective was the way forward here. Only the vanishing points are gonna be a bit off the paper. I've figured a way round this would be to selatape it to the floor and draw the foundations in from there, but thats a major pain in the ass. Anybody got any better ideas? Pic is pretty much what I've got on paper.
Well... I have seen some book show that when working with actual paper, go ahead and tape down your paper. Then Using some some tape and some markers (using the tape to protect your desk and such,) and mark your points off your paper.
When working digitally With flash I would say just make a new layer and mark it off then lock the layer, Same with illustrator.
With Photoshop it will be a bit more challenging since your images don't show off your work area
At least in CS3 and I don't know how to change that setting.
Anyway. Use those blue line thingies to mark your vanishing points....
I hope this works >.>....