Second cheat sheet in a series of about perspective drawing. Because it’s a square, both sides need to have the same width. You  after you’ve drawn one side, how do you find the width of the other? Use the diagonal! Because it’s a 45° square, the diagonal goes through the central vanishing point.

First cheat sheet in a series about perspective drawing. Note how the diagonal of the 45° square goes through the central vanishing point. This might seem very obvious in this drawing, but it helps drawing a 45° square that isn’t right in front of you.

First cheat sheet in a series about perspective drawing. Note how the diagonal of the 45° square goes through the central vanishing point. This might seem very obvious in this drawing, but it helps drawing a 45° square that isn’t right in front of you.

Not a question, just a HUGE 'Thank You' for the pdf of your cheat sheets! I am teaching myself to draw on Paper 53 and your lessons have been most helpful! Hartelijk dank Sebastian. — Asked by els

Thanks! I’m glad you find them useful. And be sure to check out mademistakes' Mastering Paper guides too!

Sketchbook PRO 2015: perspective sketching tools - YouTube

This is great. It’s a pity that these tools are only in the Pro 2015 (which costs $210) and not in the regular Sketchbook Pro 6 (which is I’ve bought for only $59).

tumblebunbun:

At long last, my cubic cats from sebastiansdrawings are finally here!  And they came with a complementary bunny postcard :)  Thanks, Bas!

And if you don’t already follow Bas, you should totally go do that right now—he’s got some amazing art and goodies on his page!  And regardless whether you do or not you should go get yourself a cute little cubic cat buddy.  Maybe if we bug him enough he’ll make a cubic bunny ;)

Thanks again, Bas!

Slowly the cubic cats are conquering the world!

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This might be fun to combine with sketches made with Fiftythree’s Paper.

Sebastian’s Drawings turned 2 today!
Yeey!

Sebastian’s Drawings turned 2 today!

Yeey!

Cubic Cat spotted in Tokyo! (Do you ever feel jealous of a plushie?)

Dot dot dot dot

If you like the new dots in Fiftythree’s Paper, then you should certainly listen to Google Translate Japanese translation of “……”

It’s almost as if she is singing.

ateliermiki:

It will get harder to control the size of dots really – a subjective experience brought me to that conclusion… to me it seems it got more randomly than it has been before. BUT! The fineliner reacts a bit more faster than before… I think its not too worst now, BUT the lost (?) of pressure-sensitiveness under the zoom is – or didn’t we have that under the zoom before??? Hmmm. Can’t remember. The ability of minimal points, that ones hard to see at all, is a big loss. This has been my quick reaction on the update for testing purpose. It’s not an objective or deep study!

I love this kind of sketches. 

ateliermiki:

It will get harder to control the size of dots really – a subjective experience brought me to that conclusion… to me it seems it got more randomly than it has been before. BUT! The fineliner reacts a bit more faster than before… I think its not too worst now, BUT the lost (?) of pressure-sensitiveness under the zoom is – or didn’t we have that under the zoom before??? Hmmm. Can’t remember.
The ability of minimal points, that ones hard to see at all, is a big loss.
This has been my quick reaction on the update for testing purpose. It’s not an objective or deep study!

I love this kind of sketches.