A reader writes in, apropos of my recent Perspective Police! post revising Alison Bechdel:
“I just wanted to say, it was nice to see the perspective post but I also wanted to suggest perhaps you provide a link to a side-by-side comparison of the original and your revision.
I dragged the thumbnails and opened each up side-by-side in different windows using an image viewer. But, if there were just a link to a side-by-side on the blog, that would give people a great option to see what you did.”
David Chelsea is reading:
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
by Charles Duhigg
Happy April Fool’s Day! No fooling, today I’m starting a new feature on this blog, where I use my expertise (as demonstrated in my two books Perspective! and Extreme Perspective!) to demonstrate the lapses, inconsistencies and violations of Perspective Law in my fellow artist’s technique. Call it “Perspective Police!”
David Chelsea is listening to: Ben Folds Presents: University a Cappella!
Following up on the recent post about my own illustration and comics drawn using isometric projection, here is a survey of work by other artists using isometric methods (not all of which conforms strictly to formula, but these guys are cartoonists, illustrators, photographers and fine artists, not architectural draftsmen). Continue reading Isometric Exercises: Great Minds Think Alike