A random collection of material from comic artist Kevin Nowlan. Started with the best of intentions, but like most other efforts, doomed to perish from neglect as soon as the novelty wears off.
Batgirl! Whose baby are you? Batgirl!Beautiful artwork, Kevin. Very nice. :)
my favourite part is the cityscape with the details of the shops and signage
How can she fight in those heels? :-D
I agree with Gerry...background, I could stare at that for a long time. Great stuff!
Kevin,Can you explain a little bit about that perspective method? I've seen it only one other time and I'm not sure I get how it's done. Is it as simple as using a drafting ruler and measuring out, at the level horizon line, an equidistant scale on one side to a different equidistant scale on the other?It looks like the answer to drawing large without having to have vanishing points six feet from each other.Is it applicable to 3-point perspective as well?Thanks.=s=
You're right, Shane. The perspective guide lines that are coming in from the left side would have converged at a vanishing point off of the surface of my drawing table so I just measured out (and numbered) those tick marks. There's no math involved in establishing the space between the ticks. I ruled a couple of sample lines, based on my rough pencils and measured the space between them. The ticks on the left are 1/2" apart and their corresponding units on the right are 5/8". I put numbers on them -- counting up from the vanishing point -- just to avoid connecting the wrong ticks.For the lines coming in from the right, I used a traditional vanishing point but made a notation ("14.25") on the horizon line in the lower right corner so that I could find it again after I removed the paper from the board.It would probably come in very handy for 3-point perspective as well.
Excellent...thanks again for the explanation.=s=