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>> No.3710548

X Ray vision. Draw through and around. See it as glass.

>> No.3710550

Does anyone legitimately set all of this up when making a drawing that isn't just a study of the method itself?

>> No.3710552

You know is tard i just explained it.

>> No.3710553

Low IQ*

It's just showing you to think in 3 dimensions, not to go all autismo with diagrams.

>> No.3710554

you must become a human 3d printer

>> No.3710576

I used to overthink it like you. Then I realized these books are for literal retards who don't even know what "perspective" or "three dimensions" are. Remember these books are created with the lowest common denominator in mind, so a total dipshit retard needs to be able to read these books and learn how to draw.

So to answer your question, no, you don't need to do the demonstration in the pic.

>> No.3710577

Thanks anon, have a good weekend

>> No.3710609

Yes. It’s useful for 3/4 views if you understand pretty well how the front and side views of the object work

>> No.3710612

Post your work fag

>> No.3710618

Loomis is a meme.

>> No.3710679

It’s actually a little amazing how far ahead of his time this guy was. The OP image basically describes the ucrrent modern day set up for basic 3d box modeling. You would set up three planes with your source image from three angles and then create then create the basic shapes from each angle. When I learned to 3d model, it REALLY helped me start drawing from imagination. Anyway, cool image.

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>> No.3710691

They probably did that for traditional sculpting to, but yeah. Sculpting and drawing have a lot in common.

>> No.3710727


Um, you realize that linear perspective is a couple of hundred years old right?

>> No.3710728

So why do globetards use the horizon as an argument when the horizon line is man made? Checkmate satanists.

>> No.3710756

Loomis approach to orthogonal projection is pretty damn casual

Scott Robertson takes it to pretty autistic levels. So yes, some people do set up all of this when making a drawing

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This still blows my mind

>> No.3710809

wait, isn't the earth flat?

>> No.3710832


Looks like a still from a 80's techno music vid

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like my version? : -)

>> No.3710863

Yes I do. Is that traditional or a print of some kind?

>> No.3710908

Isn't this the guy who got so obsessed with drawing these that he forgot how to draw people

>> No.3710945

no, it's an inverted taurus

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kinda falls into the 'belongs on a t-shirt' category, which might not be a bad thing, when i notice it in my own designs i try to own it lol eg.

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