How to Draw Intersections in Geometry

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Drawing intersections in geometry is a great way to experiment with perspective. Draw intersections in geometry with help from a freelance production artist and graduate of DigiPen Institution of Technology in this free video clip.

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I'm Parker Pierce, and this is "how to draw intersections in geometry." There are many situations, when you're drawing from life, or when you're drawing from imagination, where you'll need to merge two different forms together to make what you wanna make. Now, the only way to get good at that is through practice. So, here's one approach to doing that. First, you'll need a perspective grid. You can easily acquire one from the free perspective program, Carapace. Make a new document and paste any perspective grid that you have, into it. Next, place two marks where you want to draw another shape that's going to merge. This can be challenging because there are certain shapes that are straight, and there are certain shapes that are curvy. Try this with both soft and sharp shapes. When you have the edges spelled out, filling the objects with a color can help clarify the special locations of these objects. This takes a lot of practice, but in time, you can use this to solve many challenging problems with drawing in perspective.


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