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The Art & Science of Perspective
The Art & Science of Perspective
Jeff DiCicco
Transform your work from flat to fully dimensional with essential perspective techniques!
Curiously Similar
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Master linear perspective and learn to draw landscapes accurately using simple tools and classic techniques.
Patrick Connors
Patrick Connors
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Simplify linear perspective! Confidently create drawings with lifelike form, accurate proportion and convincing depth.
Patrick Connors
Patrick Connors
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Sketch any building, anywhere.
Stephanie Bower
Stephanie Bower

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