AuthorTopic: Butcher Knife Perspective  (Read 2055 times)

Offline Demon11777

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Butcher Knife Perspective

on: November 25, 2011, 07:43:03 pm
Hey guys I started to work on this guy yesterday and I have hit a roadblock already. I'm trying to make it look as if the knife is almost pointing towards the screen but I can't seem to understand how to make it look right. And doing this also makes me wonder how I should draw the arm. My first time trying this type of perspective and I would appreciate any help  :blind: Thanks! 

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Offline mattib

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Re: Butcher Knife Perspective

Reply #1 on: November 25, 2011, 08:41:27 pm
it is also a psychological thing. The problem is that the guy isn't looking at me, but at something at his right. Try to make the guy facing front, will make the difference.
As for the perspective, the one on the first knife is not bad, if you understand the difference between the first and the second you will understand how to improve the first one: taking the tip (the lighter cluster) a little bit on the right and then widening the angle from the handle according to it.