One Point Perspective

(11"x17") October 2007.

8 comments:

Aaron said...

man that is a wicked cool drawing! great stuff man. i am way jelous that you are livin it up in san fran! keep it up man!

Megalaros said...

Hot diggity~! There's a calibre to technical drawing like this that I strive to achieve. I rarely get there . It's great to see these.

bog_art said...

You have a great blog here!!.. it is amazing.. I am surprised with your Figure Studies.. but I think the girl is kind of small in this perspective.. anyway.. congratulations!!..

Jake said...

Is this for a project in particular or just a study?

Leland Sippel said...

This is absolutely incredible, Gonz! I am impressed as always. Although I am not an artist or know anything about technique, I still think that you are amazing!!

Tim Coleman said...

This stuff is looking great! Looks like a lot of fun as well!

Jake said...

The perspective is spot-on, and I think the textures all read really well. Cool figure, too. Looks like a J. Scott Campbell girl.

You asked if you could improve it... I like it as is. If you wanted to dummy-proof it (but it looks fine as is), You could make the sizes of the blocks semi-consistent throughout the piece. The blocks deeper in are a bit larger than the ones closer to the viewer, and it plays against your perspective. I think that it's pretty cool, actually, and gives variety to the image.

Mike said...

Your perspective studies are awsome! Great stuff!
Can I link your blog?