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Currently working my way through Loomis succesful drawing, what are other good resources?

>> No.4065451

>>4065262
Norling, nothing else matters.

>> No.4066767

>>4065262
Ernest Norling, Joseph di amellio, phillip metzger, david chelsea.
Further or more advanced would be Scott robertson "How to draw", john montague┬┤s book "basic perspective" or mark way's "Perspective Drawing (On the spot guides)"
There truly is a pletora of books covering the topic (many avaliable for free on the net), and they range from a very loose,non technical approach to a precise and geometricaly proved procedure (mostly on drafting for architecture books).

>> No.4066770

Marshall Vandruff's perspective lectures

>> No.4066771

>>4065262
add both framed Perspective 1&2 and this website onto the list.
https://www.handprint.com/HP/WCL/perspect2.html

>> No.4067769

>>4066770
>Marshall Vandruff's perspective lectures
this, very much this.

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