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Point Perspective Tutor

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I've had many requests by flash authors how I do my flash scenes with 3 dimensional appearance. After explaining the the process of Point Perspective Drawing is not something that can easily be taught verbally, I have promised to release a tutorial covering the topic.

This tutorial explains how to use two methods of Point Perspective drawing to create the illusion of 3D in flash scenes and drawings.

THIS MOVIE IS NOT FOR EVERYONE! If you are not an artist or flash author, you may or may not find this tutorial interesting.

Along with the Turorial, I have included with both types of drawing tutorials, a Demonstration drawing. You can watch the tutorials to learn the methodology, or you can skip them using the main contents menu and just watch the DEMO drawing scenes which will be more interesting to non-artists.


This is one of the most helpfull tutorials ever

this has helped me so much.
it just made me understand how it all works and shows everypart if you dont get it thanks for this and keep up the good work

this is a good tut for newbies in flash!

This was a good tut m8.This really helped me!When you take away the lines it looked perfect!


really you are quite good not mabey my backrounds wont look like shit any more

i thank you as a husband thanks god for "adult entertainment"


You, sir, are a perspective master! I definately learned a lot from this.

Incomplete perspective tutorial

You are missing the last part of single point perspective, the grid. The grid is sometimes a very helpful tool in helping to layout objects in the space. But i suppose there is no real way to tell you so try doing a search on Alberti's perspective construction. Also you might want do some research on alternative perspective construction methods such as three, four, five and even six point perspectives. (Yes, they do exist and I'm not just making this up.)

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3.99 / 5.00

May 13, 2003
2:30 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place May 14, 2003