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Moving Forwards, Part 2

Further development of the perspective circle into a projected cylinder emerging from the rectangular block.

Now that you have, in the previous step, adapted the perspective circle into appearing as a hole in a wall, you will explore another way of adapting the circle.

In this step, rather than a hole in a wall, you will learn how to use the perspective drawing of the circle, and extend this away from the block, effectively drawing a cylindrical shape that is connected to the right hand face of the block.

As mentioned before, the idea here is that you are learning a wide range of techniques that you can apply to you own drawings of a range of three-dimensional objects in the areas of architecture, interiors and product and furniture design.

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Introduction to Freehand Drawing for Architecture, Interiors and Design.

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